The Minister of unification of Korea Kim Yong-Chul has resigned because of a new crisis between Seoul and Pyongyang. It is reported by Yonhap News Agency.
“I’m sorry I was not able to satisfy the expectations of those who yearn for peace on the Korean Peninsula,” he said. Kim Yong Chol acknowledged that could predict the deterioration of relations between North and South Korea, so the responsibility for the crisis rests on it.
Previously, North Korea has again going to send troops into the demilitarized zone on the border with South Korea. Seoul said it was ready tough response to military provocations by North Korea and attempts to destabilize the situation on the Korean Peninsula.
June 16, North Korea blew up the inter-Korean communication center in the border town of Kaesong. The incident occurred shortly after the news about the plans of the DPRK to strengthen the border with its southern neighbors.
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