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(LEAD) Religious leaders urge gov't efforts for Kaesong park resumption

2013/08/07 15:09

SEOUL, Aug. 7 (Yonhap) -- Hundreds of religious leaders in South Korea urged the government Wednesday to be more flexible in its negotiations with North Korea for a swift normalization of a suspended inter-Korean industrial park in the communist country.

The Kaesong Industrial Complex has remained shuttered since early April after the North unilaterally withdrew its workers from South Korean factories there amid heightened tensions on the peninsula.