Seoul has proposed to hold inter-parliamentary talks with North Korea
The speaker of South Korean National Assembly Pak Ben SOK of Korea proposed to hold talks between the parliaments of the two countries.
"Inter-Korean relations are crucial for the Korean Peninsula. The National Assembly takes the first step, I officially invite the representative of the Supreme people's Assembly of the DPRK to negotiate between the parliaments of the North and South," said Pak Ben SOK in his speech in Parliament at a ceremony to mark the 72nd Day of the Constitution.
South Korea's Parliament is the National Assembly. The Supreme people's Assembly is the Supreme legislative and representative body of the DPRK. C 2019 it is headed by the Chairman of the Bureau of the Choi Ryong Hae.
Since the beginning of June, relations of Seoul and Pyongyang have intensified because of the continuing stock of the South Korean activists who are using plastic cylinders with the heated air being moved into 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."
The sixteenth of June, the DPRK blasted situated on its territory near the demilitarized zone in the inter-Korean Kaesong building coordination Bureau. The next day, the General staff of the DPRK announced that it is considering a plan for the introduction of troops in the border areas and resumption of military exercises, as well as the newly returned civilian police to the posts of the military police in the demilitarized zone, which were released by agreement with the South in 2018. Later, the bringing of these measures into execution was postponed on the orders of North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN.