S. Korea Official: S. Korea to play 'mediator' to resolve N. Korea-US differences - Reuters

Reuters reports comments from an official at South Korea’s presidential Blue House, citing that South Korea is considering playing the role of a mediator to resolve the difference between the US and North Korea ahead of a planned summit.

Trump will host South Korean President Moon Jae-in at a summit at the White House on May 22, and the two are expected to discuss the upcoming summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

The official noted that the Blue House intends to “sufficiently convey (to the United States) what we’ve discerned about North Korea’s position and attitude through the summit on the 22nd, and sufficiently convey the United States’ position to North Korea,” thereby helping to bridge the gap between their positions.

“Seeing the announced statements and responses from North Korea and the United States, we see the two parties as having a sincere and serious attitude (to stand in each other’s shoes),” the official added.

 

 

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