S Korean, Mongolian defense ministers to hold talks

10:38, April 19, 2011      

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South Korean and Mongolian defense ministers will meet later this week in Seoul to seek further defense cooperation, Seoul officials said Tuesday.

Mongolian defense minister Luvasanvandan Bold, whose Seoul trip is slated for April 20-24, will meet with his South Korean counterpart Kim Kwan-jin on Thursday for talks over security situation on the Korean peninsula and ways to promote defense cooperation.

Bold will also visit South Korean Navy and the truce village of Panmunjom, which straddles the two Koreas, according to the defense ministry in Seoul.

Source: Xinhua
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