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Korea, Australia launch strategic dialogueBy Shin Hyon-hee
Published : July 30, 2012 - 20:28
The first strategic dialogue was designed to provide a wider framework for detailed bilateral discussions to better cope with the region’s changing security environment, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
It is an integration of two high-level talks between the two sides, which have separately covered policy consultations, and politics and defense since 1987.
During the meeting, Seoul’s Deputy Foreign Minister Kim Kyu-hyun and his Australian counterpart Heather Smith exchanged views on the situation in the Asia Pacific and the Korean Peninsula, international security, economic cooperation and other issues, the ministry said.
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