U.S. - North Korea NPR's Don Gonyea tells host Robert Siegel about an announcement from the White House this afternoon declaring the United States will send an envoy to North Korea in the near future. President Bush told South Korean President Kim Dae-Jung about the plan today. No security meetings have taken place between Pyongyang and Washington for nearly two years, and North Korea is among the nations labeled by President Bush as part of an "axis of evil."
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NPR's Don Gonyea tells host Robert Siegel about an announcement from the White House this afternoon declaring the United States will send an envoy to North Korea in the near future. President Bush told South Korean President Kim Dae-Jung about the plan today. No security meetings have taken place between Pyongyang and Washington for nearly two years, and North Korea is among the nations labeled by President Bush as part of an "axis of evil."