Rival party floor leaders head to Washington to discuss defense cost sharing

Rival party floor leaders head to Washington to discuss defense cost sharing


now as Seoul and Washington failed to
narrow their differences in their latest defense cost-sharing discussions rival
Party lawmakers have rolled up their sleeves up to possibly find a
breakthrough at the parliamentary level in about three hours from now at 10:15
a.m. Korea time the floor leaders of South Korea’s three
largest parties the ruling Democratic party the main opposition Liberty Korea
party and the centrist party media party will head to Washington for a five-day
trip to explain and the National Assembly stands on the defense
cost-sharing issue and demand a reasonable share of the burden the
lawmakers will meet with their counterparts at the upper and lower
houses such as Senator Charles Grassley and representative james Clyburn they’ll
also speak with the State Department officials including Washington’s special
representative for North Korea Stephen vegan

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