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Security, Economic Ties Top Agenda for S. Korea-US Summiti
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May 03, 2013 2:48 PM
South Korea's president, who took office in late February, begins her first official visit to Washington on Sunday. The trip is intended to enhance the economic and security relationship between the two allies. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman reports from Seoul.

Security, Economic Ties Top Agenda for S. Korea-US Summit

Published May 03, 2013

South Korea's president, who took office in late February, begins her first official visit to Washington on Sunday. The trip is intended to enhance the economic and security relationship between the two allies. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman reports from Seoul.


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