Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korean chief Kim Jong Un, stated on Sunday that if South Korea carries out a deliberate joint navy train with the United States it’ll harm the resolve of the 2 Koreas to rebuild relations, state media KCNA reported.
Kim Yo Jong additionally stated a current resolution to revive hotlines between the 2 Koreas shouldn’t be seen as something greater than reconnecting “physical” ties, and that it will be “thoughtless” to imagine that summits are across the nook.
Her feedback come at a time when North and South Korea are in talks to carry a summit as a part of efforts to revive relations. Washington and Seoul are as a consequence of maintain a joint navy drill later in August.
“Our government and military will keep a close eye on whether the South Koreans go ahead with the aggressive war exercises, or make a big decision. Hope or despair? That’s not up to us,” Kim Yo Jong stated in a press release carried by KCNA.
The two Koreas, nonetheless technically at conflict after their 1950-53 battle resulted in a ceasefire, on Tuesday reconnected hotlines the North severed in June final 12 months.
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