First telephone contact since February 2016 had bumpy start when the South rang but no one in the North answered
After almost two years of stony silence, perhaps it was to be expected that the first phone call between officials from North and South Korea was slightly awkward – and brief.
The first cross-border chat since the countries’ hotline reopened on Wednesday offered little of political substance. But it was a breakthrough of sorts.
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