by Lim Chang-Won
SEOUL, March 22, 2007 (AFP) -
South Korea announced Thursday it would resume humanitarian aid for North
Korean flood victims next week, in another sign of warming relations since
the North pledged to scrap its nuclear weapons.
Vice Unification Minister Shin Eon-Sang
said deliveries of flood aid, suspended since the North's missile launches
last July, would begin on March 28.
"We will start shipping blankets
from March 28, followed by the shipment of rice, trucks, cement and iron
bars between April and May," he told reporters.