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    PEACE IN KOREA? North, South Korea ‘WITHDRAW TROOPS’ from DMZ Village | Sean Hannity

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    PEACE IN KOREA? North, South Korea ‘WITHDRAW TROOPS’ from DMZ Village

    posted by Hannity Staff - 10.25.18



    The governments of North and South Korea announced Thursday that all troops have been permanently withdrawn from a key border town controlled by both regimes; further reducing tensions along the de-militarized zone between the two nations.
    According to the New York Post, the agreement to remove troops from the Joint Security Area at the border village of Panmunjom is part of a larger pact to ease relations between North and South Korea -technically in a state of war for nearly 70 years.
    “On Thursday, the Koreas and the UN Command wrapped up a pullout of weapons, ammunition and soldiers manning guard posts at Panmunjom’s Joint Security Area, Seoul’s Defense Ministry said in a statement. The three sides have earlier completed removing mines from the village,” writes the Post.
    The new agreement allows 35 “unarmed personnel” from each side to remain in the village.
    Read the full report here.

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    Great!!! Such wonderful news and none of it was covered by the MSM, not the removal of the mines which I thought was a huge development or the troops. Thanks for posting this, Airbornesapper07!!
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    2 Koreas to destroy 22 front-line guard posts by November

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The North and South Korean militaries…

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    2 Koreas to destroy 22 front-line guard posts by November

    By KIM TONG-HYUNGOctober 26, 2018


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    South Korean Maj. Gen. Kim Do-gyun, right, shakes hands with his North Korean counterpart Lt. Gen. An Ik San during a meeting at the border village of Panmunjom, North Korea, Friday, Oct. 26, 2018. North and South Korea are holding military talks on their border to discuss implementing a broad-reaching military agreement last month to reduce tensions. (Korea Pool/Yonhap via AP)


    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The North and South Korean militaries agreed Friday to completely destroy 22 front-line guard posts by the end of November as they discussed their next steps in implementing a wide-ranging military agreement signed last month to reduce tensions.
    They also agreed to conduct a joint survey early next month of a 70-kilometer (43-mile) -long waterway near their western border where civilian vessels from both countries eventually will be allowed to pass freely, according to a statement released after the general-level talks at the border village of Panmunjom.
    The plans to remove the guard posts and jointly use the Han River estuary were among the commitments spelled out in the military agreement reached last month on the sidelines of a summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
    Friday’s talks came a day after the Koreas and the U.S.-led U.N. Command completed removing firearms and troops from a jointly controlled area at the border village. The Koreas have also been clearing mines from front-line areas and plan to start their first-ever joint search for remains of soldiers killed during the 1950-53 Korean War in April.
    South Korea confirmed on Thursday that its soldiers had found war remains in a different front-line area.
    According to the statement provided by South Korea’s Defense Ministry, the Koreas agreed to complete the withdrawal of personnel, firearms and equipment and the destruction of the 11 guard posts from each side by the end of November. They plan to jointly verify the results in December.
    In the September agreement, the Koreas pledged to eventually withdraw all guard posts within the heavily armed Demilitarized Zone between them.
    The Koreas did not produce a timetable on Friday for setting up a joint military committee to maintain communication and avoid crises and accidental clashes, but agreed it should be established “soon.”
    The Koreas also agreed last month to create buffer zones along their land and sea boundaries, as well as a no-fly zone above the border.
    Moon has described the military agreement as an important trust-building step that will reduce border tensions and create more space for larger U.S.-led negotiations on denuclearizing North Korea.
    Some experts say South Korea risks conceding its conventional military strength before North Korea takes any concrete steps toward relinquishing its nuclear weapons.

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    Good, start bringing our troops home!
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    South Korean train crosses DMZ into North Korea

    30 November 2018

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    Image copyright Getty Images For the first time in more than a decade, a train has travelled from South Korea across the heavily guarded border into North Korea.
    On board is a team of South Korean experts investigating ways to help North Korea modernise its rail network.
    The two Koreas have made significant progress in improving their relationship over the past year.
    The hope is that it will eventually become easier to travel and trade across the border.
    Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The train had to make its way over one of the most heavily guarded borders in the world Image copyright EPA Image caption South Korean officials say opening the line will improve peace and prosperity on both sides Image copyright Getty Images When the leaders of North and South Korea had their historic meeting in April, North Korea's Kim Jong-un asked for help with updating his country's railways, which he said were in an "embarrassing" state.
    Some of the infrastructure dates back to the early 20th Century, so if it is ever to link up with the South it needs a full overhaul.
    The engineers boarded the train in Dorasan, just north of Seoul, on Friday morning for the short journey to the Demilitarised Zone which has divided the Korean peninsula since the Korean War in the 1950s.
    A banner displayed across the train as it headed over the heavily armed border described it as an Iron Horse, running towards an era of peace and prosperity.
    At Panmun Station across the border, a North Korean engine took over to take them further north.
    Image copyright AFP Image caption The experts can only look at the network so far, they can't do any actual work on it The 28 experts will live on the train for the next 18 days while inspecting 1,200km (745 miles) of track and railway infrastructure.



    The BBC's Laura Bicker in Seoul says the engineers can only look at the North's network but they can't touch it just yet.
    They also had to get special one-off clearance from the UN to get around sanctions, which prohibit taking fuel and certain equipment into North Korea.
    Image copyright EPA Cho Myoung-gyon, who heads the Unification Ministry which oversees relations with North Korea, said the project was "intended to overcome division and open a new future of the Korean Peninsula".
    "Through the one connected railway, the South and the North will prosper together and the ground for peace on the Korean Peninsula will be consolidated. The trains running on the track will also carry peace and prosperity with them to North East Asia and the world," South Korea's Yonhap news agency quoted him as saying.
    Image copyright EPA Image caption Could 2019 see a regular scheduled train crossing the DMZ? But while inter-Korean relation-building has continued apace over the past year, talks with the US have stalled.
    Pyongyang and Washington have repeatedly accused each other of failing to honour the vague agreements about denuclearisation they made at their landmark summit in Singapore in June.
    South Korea's President Moon Jae-in is determined that this railway project will go ahead, says our correspondent.
    The US has given its support to the rail survey, but Mr Moon will have to have a number of difficult conversations if he's to persuade President Donald Trump that easing sanctions at this stage would be worthwhile so the project can go ahead, our correspondent says.





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    I really appreciate these updates, Airbornesapper07! Thank you. So wonderful to see these two countries working on peace and getting along with each other, will mean so much to their families on both sides of the border.
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    I want to see our troops brought home and cut our costs!

    Put them to work on our border...we already pay their paychecks.


    Let them start bulldozing the path for the WALL.

    We already paid for the equipment...use it on our border!
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