30 December 2009

Koreas update military hotlines, now with rollover minutes

North and South Korea have updated their military hotlines to keep in touch.

North and South Korea have a new way of talking.

The rival nations today opened new, updated military hot lines to help facilitate border crossings. It's seen as another sign of renewing cooperation between the divided countries.

A Unification Ministry spokeswoman says the two Koreas communicated through new fiber-optic cables for about 330 South Koreans who traveled to a joint industrial complex in the North this morning.

By: Brant

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