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Vice President visits DMZ, says it’s time to desert ‘strategic patience’

The demilitarized section (DMZ) is a heavily-fortified buffer, 4 kilometers (2.5 miles) far-reaching and 250 kilometers (160 miles) long, that separates North and South Korea.

It was determined by a truce agreement that finished a Korean War in 1953, yet both sides technically sojourn during dispute as no assent covenant has ever been signed.

Numerous US officials have visited troops bases unaware a border, and a Panmunjom Joint Security Area, where North and South Korean soldiers mount watch confronting any other and several assembly bedrooms hover a limit between a dual countries.

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