State prosecutors search national archives for second day to find summit transcript
State prosecutors were back at the National Archives of Korea for a second day on Saturday as part of their ongoing investigation into the missing 2007 inter-Korean summit transcript.
A team of prosecutors entered the archives at 11 a.m. and continued on with their search, which they say could take more than a month.
A Seoul court earlier this week gave the state prosecutors permission to see all presidential records of the Roh Moo-hyun administration.
The missing transcript became a hot political issue following ruling party claims that former president Roh offered to give up a de facto inter-Korean maritime border in 2007 to then-North Korean leader Kim Jong-il.
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