South Korea says officials may visit North Korea ahead of summit
SEOUL (Reuters) - Senior South Korean officials may visit Pyongyang ahead of next week's summit between President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a senior South Korean official said on Tuesday.
Seoul and Pyongyang are discussing the wording of a possible joint statement to be released at the summit on April 27, the official said.
Likely agenda topics include the North's nuclear weapons program and general inter-Korean relations, but any joint economic efforts are unlikely to be discussed, he said.
(Reporting by ; Editing by Michael Perry)
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