Cho Tae-yong

Cho Tae-yong (born 1956) is a South Korean career diplomat with over three decades of experience who has served as South Korea's Deputy National Security Advisor since October 2015.wikipedia
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South Korea

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Cho Tae-yong (born 1956) is a South Korean career diplomat with over three decades of experience who has served as South Korea's Deputy National Security Advisor since October 2015.

Michael Flynn

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In November 2016, he represented South Korea in talks with Michael Flynn and other members of then-U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's foreign policy team on North Korea.

Donald Trump

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In November 2016, he represented South Korea in talks with Michael Flynn and other members of then-U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's foreign policy team on North Korea.

Tony Blinken

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He and then-U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken held five rounds of U.S.-South Korea strategic consultations on North Korea between 2015 and 2017.

Seoul

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Cho was born in Seoul in 1956, and received his bachelor's degree in political science from Seoul National University.

Seoul National University

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Cho was born in Seoul in 1956, and received his bachelor's degree in political science from Seoul National University.

North Korea

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He was Director General of the South Korean foreign ministry's Task Force on North Korea, and deputy head of the South Korean delegation to the six-party talks in Beijing in 2004.

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He was Director General of the South Korean foreign ministry's Task Force on North Korea, and deputy head of the South Korean delegation to the six-party talks in Beijing in 2004.

Beijing

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He was Director General of the South Korean foreign ministry's Task Force on North Korea, and deputy head of the South Korean delegation to the six-party talks in Beijing in 2004.