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President-elect says he would meet Kim

January 15, 2008

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SEOUL - In a surprise initiative by the conservative president-elect of South Korea, Lee Myung Bak said yesterday that he would meet with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong Il, anytime if a meeting could help persuade Kim to abandon his nuclear weapons programs. Lee, who will be sworn in Feb. 25, made the proposal during a televised news conference ... (Full article: 502 words)

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