Seoul is urgently trying to take action in response to yesterday’s demolition of the inter-Korean communications office building in Qason.
DPRK says South Korea will send special envoys to Pyongyang
Korea’s Central Telegraph Agency (CTAC) reported that South Korea plans to send its special envoys to the DPRK.
“The Republic of Korea, dumbfounded by the decisive offensive that the North Korean side made, said that their president, Moon Jae-in, wants to send special envoys in the person of the head of the State Security Cabinet, Zhen Yong Yong, and the head of the national intelligence service, So Hong, to the chairman of the DPRK State Council”, – the statement said. Pyongyang.
At the same time, the agency informs that the first deputy head of the department of the Central Committee of the Labor Party of Korea, Kim Yo Jung, completely rejects this proposal.
An inter-Korean communications office was blown up in Kaesong yesterday. The authorities of the Republic of Korea said that the explosion was organized by the DPRK. This happened a few days after the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Kim Ye-jeong, warned: “The tragic fate of the useless joint communications office will soon be seen.”Expert comments on Trump’s statements on Germany