ALMATY (Kazakhstan), May 17 (Bernama) -- Almaty will host a two-day Inter-Korean Summit which will take off here on Thursday, reported Khabar Agency.
The event is dedicated to the reunification of the countries of the Korean Peninsula. Scientists, athletes and musicians of South and North Koreas will meet at one dialogue platform for the first time in many years. The event is organised by the Association of Koreans of Kazakhstan.
Kazakh President, Nursultan Nazarbayev had suggested during his speech at the United Nations Security Council the need for the 'Nuclear Five' countries to offer security guarantees to North Korea in case of its renunciation of nuclear weapons.
Nazarbayev also expressed the willingness to provide a platform for negotiations on the North Korean nuclear issue. The Korean diaspora is one of the largest communities in Kazakhstan. There are Korean ethnocultural centres in every region of Kazakhstan, a Korean theatre and a newspaper in the Korean language in Kazakhstan.