South Korea urged North Korea to respond to appeals for cooperation
Special adviser to the President of South Korea moon Jae-In on diplomacy and national security issues mun Jeong-In said in an interview with JTBC, the region remains uncertain and urged the DPRK leadership to take steps for the resumption of inter-Korean cooperation.
"North Korea needs to emerge some time later. It is critical that North Korea responded (to our appeal – ed.) as there is a need to find ways to change the situation while we're trying with great patience to maintain stability," he said.
Mun Jeong-In also stressed that under the circumstances and in the epidemic coronavirus infection important is the cooperation in the humanitarian sphere.
Touching upon the issue of undermining the DPRK, inter-Korean liaison office, Advisor to the President of South Korea said that Pyongyang must be "carried out to explain the explosion and be proactive to overcome the current crisis." At the same time, he noted that the region remains uncertain, despite the decision of the leader of the DPRK to postpone the plan of military action against South Korea.
"It is a suspension. Don't cancel. And, therefore, remains uncertain. It is extremely important to stop accidental clashes between military," - said moon Jeong-In.
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 the cessation of these activities in accordance with the joint statement of the leaders of South and North 2018 waiver of hostility against each other. But activists continued to send the leaflets, and Pyongyang declared that "his patience is over."
Despite the Express promises of the South Korean government to take a number of measures designed to smooth over the situation and to prevent the activists to send leaflets North Korea at reconciliation did not go. The sixteenth of June, the DPRK blasted situated on its territory near the demilitarized zone in Kaesong, the building of the coordinating Bureau of South Korea.
The next day, the General staff of the DPRK announced that it will introduce troops to the border areas and will resume teaching there, return civilian police to the posts of the military police in the demilitarized zone, which were released by agreement with the South in 2018, and will once again campaign against South Korea. On 20 June, the DPRK presented a model of the piece insults the South Korean President, moon Jae-In. Following this, the KCNA reported that they have developed the 12 million propaganda leaflets and more than 3 thousand balls to send them away.