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South Korea’s Moon urges Biden to follow Trump’s diplomacy with North

Moon Jae-in called on the US president-elect to continue talks with North Korea. Talks between Trump and Kim Jong Un stalled earlier over sanctions and limited progress on the North's nuclear program.

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