South Korea seeks ‘stakeholder’ role as Kim, Trump eye deal to shape peninsula’s fate

A protester carries national flags of U.S. and South Korea during an anti-North Korea and pro-U.S. rally near the U.S. embassy in Seoul, South Korea, February 26, 2019, ahead of a summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji

HANOI (Reuters) – South Korean officials, wary of being left on the sidelines as the leaders of North Korea and the United States seek to clinch a deal that could shape the future of the Korean peninsula, are cautiously carving out a presence at the summit venue. In a bid to raise its profile, South […]

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