(CNN) -- Pyongyang agreed to South Korea's offer for working-level talks on reopening the suspended joint industrial complex at Kaesong, the South Korean Unification Ministry said. The talks are to be held Saturday on the North Korean side of the neutral border village of Panmunjom. The jointly operated facility was closed in May -- a casualty of increasing tensions between the two Koreas after the North threatened Seoul with nuclear war.
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