South and North Korea are scheduled to hold a second meeting tomorrow on connecting and modernizing roads between the two Koreas.
Five ranking officials from South Korea's transport ministry are expected to meet with eight North Korean delegates in the North's border city of Kaesong to discuss various agenda items, including a joint survey of cross-border roads along the east coast.
The joint road research group held its first meeting on August 13th and conducted a weeklong survey of roads between Kaesong and Pyongyang, but they are yet to fix a schedule for a joint survey of cross-border roads in the eastern region.
Meanwhile, according to officials, even if the two Koreas agree on a schedule at Monday's meeting, its implementation could be delayed depending on consultations with the United States.■
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