Pres. likely to discuss policy direction for remainder of his term during meeting with top aides
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Pres. likely to discuss policy direction for remainder of his term during meeting with top aides


with the mundane administration now into
the second half of its five-year term the president is set to host a weekly
meeting this afternoon where he will address his plans and policy direction
for the remaining two and a half years our presidential office correspondent
Sam n starts us off Reza dimension is likely to lay out his administration’s
policy direction for the remaining two and a half years of this term during his
weekly meeting with his top aides on Monday afternoon the president whose
term passed the halfway mark on November 9th met with the leaders of the five
political parties on Sunday night and he also had his top aides highlight to the
press of the administration’s resolve for the remaining half of the term
during a joint press conference Sunday in a way not seen before with all three
top policy advisors in place the presidential chief of staff said the
administration will continue patiently with its Korean Peninsula peace drive
the government will consistently continue pursue peace on the Korean
Peninsula with patience and occurring to principle and with the peace process not
showing much progress the nation’s security chief said issues will be
handled one by one with an unceasing determination for the remainder of the
administration’s term the moon administration will prevent a return to
the way things were before 2017 and strive for an early and practical
negotiation of the denuclearization process as for the nuclear talks between
North Korea and the u.s. especially with a regime having set a deadline for talks
by the ears and the security chief said it’s difficult to predict when the talks
will take place but Washington is believed to be actively encouraging
Pyongyang to negotiate and he added that so too is working on realistic ways to
promote substantive corporation between the two Koreas while continuing to
strengthen its defense posture based on the alliance with Washington on the
security front the president’s top security chief said once relations are
normalized between Seoul and Tokyo South Korea is willing to consider extending
the bilateral information sharing pact with Japan
no nasty Sonia which is due to expire this week looking ahead to the remaining
two and a half years of the administration the presidential chief of
staff said there’s still a way to go with many not yet feeling the impact of
various policies since I mean Arirang news

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