North Korea announces severance of ties with South Korea
North Korea has declared South Korea a shaman and announced the severance of all contacts, including military, political and political ties, including contacts on the two countries' hotlines.
North Korea and South Korea set up an office in 2018 to reduce tensions on a daily basis, but the office has now been closed.
North and South Korea are still at war because no peace agreement has been reached between the two countries since the end of the war in 1953.
According to Korea’s Central News Agency, Shali Korea has also announced the severance of military ties.
Last week, North Korea threatened to shut down the liaison office, saying it would take steps that would put South Korea in a difficult position.
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his influential sister Kim Yoo Jong have said they will end the military deal with South Korea if South Korean volunteers do not stop distributing pamphlets.
It should be noted that pamphlets filled with balloons were thrown by North Korea in which the people were warned about human rights violations in North Korea and their nuclear ambitions.
According to the Korean Central News Agency, North Korea said that relations between the two Koreas had reached the brink of collapse, we have come to the conclusion that there is no need to sit down with South Korean officials and talk to them. It doesn’t matter.
Kim Jong-un and another key official, Kim Jong-Chul, said South Korea would be treated the same way it is treated by its enemies.
It should be noted that in 2018, relations between South Korea and North Korea began to improve when the leaders of the two countries met three times, and a military agreement was also reached.
The two countries also agreed to reduce tensions on the border, but most issues could not be implemented.
It was the third meeting between the two leaders since the end of the Korean War in 1953, with the last two meetings taking place in North Korea in 2000 and 2007, respectively, and Kim Jong Un’s visit to North Korea after the Korean War. The first rulers to cross the border into South Korea.
After the meeting, the two leaders jointly signed a declaration stating that the Korean Peninsula would be denuclearized, but no action plan or possible timeline was mentioned.
The joint statement called for the reduction of weapons to reduce military tensions in the region, reuniting war-torn families, connecting the two countries to the rail system, and other sporting activities, including this year’s Asian Games. It was also agreed to promote.
In the aftermath of the Cold War after the 1953 Korean War, North Korea entered the Soviet Union under communism and South Korea into the US camp under capitalism.
Relations between North and South Korea have not improved since the end of the Cold War and the break-up of the Soviet Union.