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South Korean companies withdraw up to 4,000 tonnes of cargoes from Kaesong Industrial Park

July 20, 2013, 19:00 UTC+3
The parties will be represented by the same officials, who took part in the 4th round of the dialogue on July 17
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SEOUL, July 20 (Itar-Tass) - South Korea’s companies continue withdrawing finished goods, raw materials and production equipment from the Kaesong Industrial Park, the South Korean Unification Ministry reported on Saturday.

Within the day a total of 560 South Korean citizens have entered the Industrial Park while 300 transport vehicles carrying 762 tonnes of cargoes have withdrawn from the facility, the ministry said.

In general, since July 12, when South Korean businessmen cannot hope for the success of the talks with the DPRK to normalize the work of the joint enterprise and have started withdrawing finished products and other materials, about 3,000 tonnes of cargoes have been withdrawn from the Kaesong Industrial Park.

On July 19, the South and the North approved a list of participants in the 5th rounds of inter-Korean talks on the Kaesong complex due to take place on July 22.

The parties will be represented by the same officials, who took part in the 4th round of the dialogue on July 17.

The delegations will be led by Kim Ki-Woong of South Korea and Pak Chol-su of North Korea.

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