Historic Inter-Korean Summit Sparks Hopes Of Healthcare Exchanges
Following the signing of the Panmunjeom Declaration after their recent historic summit, North and South Korea are poised to resume economic cooperation, including projects in the healthcare sector, in line with an agreement the two sides reached in 2007. Although progress will likely depend on the upcoming summit between the US and North Korea and whether international sanctions are lifted, hopes over direct inter-Korean exchanges are brewing.
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