Vice President Kamala Harris Visits South Korea demilitarized zone A White House official said he would split North and South Korea on Thursday as part of her visit to South Korea.
Harris’ visit will include a site visit at the DMZ, meetings with military personnel, and an operational briefing from a U.S. commander, officials said, referring to North Korea.
“Reflecting on the common sacrifice of the tens of thousands of U.S. and South Korean soldiers who fought and died together will reaffirm the ironclad U.S. commitment to South Korea’s defense,” Harris added.
The DMZ is a 160-mile long no-man’s land approximately 30 miles north of Seoul established in the 1953 Korean War Armistice.often described as The world’s most heavily armed border.
The news of Harris’s visit was reported by reporters who traveled with Harris when he led the US delegation to Japan for the state funeral of former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. It was first reported during bilateral talks with Prime Minister Doksu.
“I believe your visit to the DMZ and Seoul will be a highly symbolic demonstration of your strong commitment to security and peace on the Korean Peninsula. We look forward to working with you and the United States to deal with North Korea. ‘The prime minister told Harris, reports from Poole.
The prime minister’s unscheduled announcement appeared to surprise reporters and White House aides. Officials later confirmed the suspension to reporters.
last month, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi He said a parliamentary delegation had traveled to South Korea and visited the South Korean demilitarized zone.
Pelosi said the delegation was “honored to reaffirm our commitment to the U.S.-South Korea alliance” in Congress, adding that she was “happy to participate in the telephone conversation with South Korean President Yoon Sook-yeol. I think,’ he said.