North Korea blows up office used for talks with South

The four-story building is located in the town of Kaesong on the North Korean side of the demilitarized division that divides the two countries.

North Korea has recently issued a series of threats to South Korea. In a statement released by the North Korean state media on Tuesday, Pyongyang’s group of asylum seekers launched a “intense retaliation campaign” in response to plans to use balloons to send anti-North Korean leaflets in the north of DMZ.

North Korea alleged that the brochures violated the agreement that Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in made at its first summit in 2018, and both leaders said, “tools to stop all hostile actions and broadcast over the speakers and distribution of leaflets.” agreed to eliminate. “They shared.

The liaison office was reopened and renewed as part of this agreement to help the two Koreans communicate.

“The stupid daring act of recent times has harmed the honor of our supreme leader,” KCNA said in a statement.

“The world will clearly see how serious punishment our people will give to South Korean authorities and how to wipe human scum out of the world.”

Kim Yoong’s sister and perhaps the second strongest person in the country, Kim Yo Jong said last week that North Korea would cut off all communications, including a helpline to directly connect South Korea with the leaders of the two countries. As an answer.

In his statement, the minister asked the South Korean government to punish asylum-seekers, called “betrayal”, “human filth” and “riff-raff,” who dared to harm the absolute prestige and great dignity of our Supreme Leader, who represents our country. It was held by the North Korean state news agency, KCNA, on Saturday.

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In this statement, Kim hinted that the North Korean liaison office would be destroyed in some way.
“Soon, a completely collapsed tragic scene of the useless North-South joint liaison office would be seen,” according to Saturday’s statement. Said.

As Pyongyang said last week it had completely cut off communication with South Korea, it is unclear whether the building was inside.

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