U.S. and South Korea Review Security Plans

Stability in the region left wanting after decades of tense relations with North Korea

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SEOUL, Oct. 16 (UPI) — The U.S. and South Korean governments said a common approach is needed to stabilize the security situation on the Korean Peninsula.

Deputy Secretary of State William Burns arrived in Seoul this week as part of a state visit to Asian countries. He met Tuesday with South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Ahn Ho-young to discuss territorial and nuclear concerns in the region.

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