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(Studio: Andria Hall) The first ever face-to-face summit meeting between the leaders of the two Koreas introduced.
(State Department: Andrea Koppel) The much-anticipated summit meeting between South Korean President Kim Dae Jung with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il previewed; details given of the hyperactivity in the "hermit kingdom" of North Korea. [State Department spokesman Richard BOUCHER - says the United States supports the Koreas summit meeting.] [Council of Foreign Relations Robert MANNING - talks about the Korean view of United States policy.]
(Studio: Andria Hall) Interview held with United States Institution of Peace Bill Drennan about the North-South Korea talks. [DRENNAN - says for 55 years the two Koreas have treated each other as blunt enemies; outlines the topics of discussing, including North Korea's need for economic help, while South Korea's Kim needs a foreign policy success; assesses expectations for Korean summitry.]
(Studio: Andria Hall) CNN's special Website on the Korean summit mentioned.
- Hall, Andria;
- Koppel, Andrea
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