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Haeju

 

a city in the People’s Democratic Republic of Korea; a port on the coast of the Yellow Sea. Capital of Hwanghae-namdo Province. Population, more than 100,000. Industry includes the manufacture of cement, glass, agricultural machinery, chemical products, paper, and food products. There is also fishing and fish processing.

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(3) The two sides agreed to establish a plan regarding issues related to permitting the use of Haeju Passage and Jeju Strait for North Korean vessels through consultations at the Inter-Korean Joint Military Committee.
' The move follows its free catering service during the inter-Korean summit in late April in Panmunjeom There are two reasons behind SPC Group's service for the unprecedented summit between a sitting American president and a North Korean leader First, the group has roots in North Korea Hur Chang-sung, late father of SPC Group Chairman Hur Young-in, was born in Haeju, South Hwanghae Province, in the North.
KOSA has branches in trading ports in North Korea to include Nampo, Hungnam, Chongjin, Haeju, Songnim, Wonsan, and Rason.
After graduating from the University of Toronto medical school, he served at Haeju Kuse Hospital.
The second, which Cumings finds more compelling, is a more complicated story in which the ROK Army attacked a town across the border (Haeju), and then the North sprung its well-prepared surprise.
"Artillery aimed at the South in Haeju and Kangryong has been primed and is undergoing constant readiness checks," the source was quoted as saying.
Nine rocket-armed Fireflies, escorted by a dozen Seafires, were launched from the Triumph to attack Haeju airfield on the coast.14 No NKPAF aircraft were seen, but several buildings, including hangars were hit.
Bolaven moved on to North Korea, where state media reported damaged crops and power cuts around the western city of Haeju. About 300 roadside trees along the Pyongyang-Kaesong highway were toppled, halting traffic.
Pathologic survey on the Manila clam Ruditapes philippinarum (Adams and Reeve 1850) from Haeju off the western coastal Yellow Sea.
Additionally, Lee has rejected the pledges his predecessor, Roh Moo-hyun, made to North Korean leader Kim Jong-il during an October 2007 summit, in which South Korea promised to finance a second industrial zone, the refurbishing of North Korea's Haeju port, the extension of North Korea's railway line north of Kaesong, a highway between Kaesong and Pyongyang, and a shipbuilding complex in the North Korean port of Nampo.