Why did the North Koreans blow up the liaison office?
Charlotte Eykerman & Nanor Pontigian Opinion Editor and Science & Tech Editor, The Pawprint
On June 16th, North Korea opened up on why it blew up it’s liaison office with South Korea. According to the North, South Korea broke agreements made back in 2018, and said that they were behaving like a “mongrel dog.”
The South Korean president was recently attacked by Kim Yong’s sister for “putting his neck into the noose of pro-US flunkeyism…”
The tension between both sides has increased greatly. South Korea, still remains open for talks, but considers the North’s actions as damaging. The North has recently threatened to move troops into the border.
The article released on Tuesday, accused the South of “systemically breaching and destroying” agreements. They concluded their statements by warning about the total catastrophe that could result from this argument between the two sides. It could ultimately destroy the relations between them.
The military decisions made by the North are being closely monitored by President Moon, and they’d be showing response in the case of any military provocation. South Korea has made several efforts to ease the tension, but the North has been quick to reject all their ideas.
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