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South Korean President Park Geun-Hye said an ‘economic bonanza’ would result from the unification of North and South Korea.
Park used her trip to the former East German city of Dresden to unveil a package of proposals calling for bolstering exchanges with North Korea to lay the groundwork for reunification of the Korean peninsula.
In what was called the “Dresden Declaration,” Park proposed three steps to North Korea to move toward reunification:
* Increasing humanitarian aid and family reunions with North Korea to address “humanitarian issues,”
* Sharing resources and infrastructure projects for “co-prosperity, and
* Activating historical, cultural and sport exchanges for “integration”
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