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NSC discusses measures needed to provide help, safety to Afghans arrival in S. Korea Updated: 2021-08-26 19:07:37 KST

South Korea’s National Security Council says it has discussed potential measures to provide the Afghans arriving in Korea with safety and with help settling.
During a weekly meeting on Thursday, the NSC members discussed methods which included cooperating with related ministries and local district governments.
They also reviewed international cooperation and the current situation in Afghanistan.
In regards to the recent visit of the U.S. and Russian nuclear envoys to Seoul, the members say they will be strengthening diplomatic efforts to resume talks with North Korea by communicating closely with related countries.
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