South Korea's president on Wednesday proposed small peace steps with North Korea including a park on the tense border but said that the communist state had to give up its nuclear weapons.
President of South Korea Park Geun-hye addresses a joint meeting of Congress on May 8, 2013 in Washington, DC. South Korea's president on Wednesday proposed an international park on the tense border with North Korea as part of a region-wide peace initiative to put an end to constant cycles of crisis.
A day after an air-tight show of unity with US President Barack Obama, President Park Geun-Hye vowed before a joint meeting of the US Congress that any fresh "provocations" by North Korea would be "met decisively."
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