Russia urges North Korea and South Korea to show restraint, Lavrov said

Russia urging South Korea and the DPRK to exercise maximum restraint and responsibility, said Wednesday the Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

"We urge the Korean sides to show restraint, to exercise maximum responsibility for the events on the Peninsula, for maintaining a quiet, stable situation. I hope that this appeal will be heard," said Lavrov at a press conference following a special meeting via videoconference with the heads of foreign ministries of the member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) on the issues of responding to the challenges of the pandemic coronavirus.

According to him, Moscow some of their services on this issue does not offer.

"When we get back, and I hope that this will happen to the six-party talks to resolve all the problems of the Korean Peninsula, we will be interested in getting back started, but then interrupted dialogue on all issues to ensure peace and stability in South-East Asia", - said the Minister.

Relations of Seoul and Pyongyang worsened due to the ongoing in South Korea, shares some of the organizations that are using plastic bottles with hot air being moved to the territory of the DPRK propaganda leaflets.

North Korea has repeatedly demanded to stop these actions for the implementation of the joint statement of the leaders of the South and North from 2018 waiver of hostility against each other. The requirement was not met and Pyongyang has threatened "retribution".

As a result, the DPRK blew up on June 16 located on its territory near the demilitarized zone (DMZ) in Kaesong, the building of the coordinating Bureau of South Korea.The South Korean military has expressed deep concern over the DPRK's decision not to follow a military agreement with the South and declared that in case of transfer to real military action Pyongyang will have to pay the price.