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>> North and South Korea set the talk for the first time in two years. Pyongyang agreed to Seoul's offer for dialogue, Friday, only hours after the US and the South delayed a joint military exercise that was set for next month. The North gave its consent for the talks to be held next Tuesday at the border truce village called Panmunjom.
>> As far as what's on the agenda, we'll both discuss the PyeongChang Winter Olympics and ways to improve ties between South and North Korea.>> President Donald Trump and South Korean Leader Moon Jae-in, said late Thursday, that annual large scale military drills typically held in the Spring, will now take place after the Winter Games.
What hasn't changed anyone's stance on the North's nuclear weapons. Kim Jong Un announced earlier this week in the New Year's day Speech, his country will now focus on mass-producing missiles for deployment. Trump, for his part, said Thursday, the talks were a good thing. And Seoul officials say he'll send a high level delegation, including members of his family, to the Olympics.
He also took credit for any dialog between the two sides. Tweeting, does anybody really believe that talks and dialogue would be going on if I wasn't firm, strong and willing to commit our total might against the North?