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Kim Jong Un says he wants to foster 'the warm climate of reconciliation'
North Korean state media reported Feb. 13 that leader Kim Jong Un said he wanted to foster the “warm climate of reconciliation” after the Winter Games. During her visit, Kim Yo Jong, Kim’s younger sister, invited the South Korean president to visit the North.
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