South Korean President Lee Myung-bak said Tuesday that North Korea has a "good opportunity" to break its diplomatic isolation through inter-Korean talks and the six-party negotiations on its nuclear program, but it should first avert the course of military brinkmanship."(I) can hold a summit (with the North Korean leader) if necessary," Lee said in a televised talk show. "For North Korea, now is a good opportunity to show a change in its attitude."He was responding to regional security conditions especially after a landmark summit between U.S. President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao last month. Lee's comments were his first direct response to Pyongyang's recent peace overtures that followed years of threats and provocations. The North recently proposed defense ministerial talks with the South. The two sides are expected to hold a working-level meeting next week to discuss whether to hold the high-level talks. "(We) plan to start working-level dialogue and test (North
Korea's) seriousness (about talks)," Lee said. "If (North Korea) seeks sincere dialogue, rather than military provocations, we can have dialogue, and resume economic exchanges and talks about the six-way talks."(Yonhap News)Myungbak LEE the president of Korea will held a round table talk.I hope this year we can keep the world peaceful to solve the NK problems.
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