This was how the two Koreas came together during the winter games

After the extraordinary agreement between these countries to march with the same flag at the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, the world sees another side of the North Korean regime

This was how the two Koreas came together during the winter games

Kim Jong-un sends signals of interest in dialogue with South Korea, its neighbor and also historical enemy.

After a historical and exemplary diplomatic visit, the North Korean state news agency KCNA said Kim Jong-un praised Tuesday the neighboring government of South Korea for their impressive efforts to host a delegation from his country during the Olympic Winter Games, held in the city of Pyeongchang during the month of February. His new comments, very favorable to the neighboring country, and who is practically at war for seventy years, they took place at the return of the delegation sent by North Korea to games, led by Kim Yo-jong, sister of North Korean leader .

Kim Jong-un praised Tuesday the neighbor South Korean government for its impressive efforts to host a delegation from his country during the Olympic Winter Games held in the city of Pyeongchang during the month of February

Also, according to KCNA, Kim Jong-un thanked South Korea prevail his country's participation in the competition before any war-related gesture. However, unused messages and equal participation of North Korea in Winter Olympics have caused distrust and disputes among analysts and civil population of North Korea. Apparently, no one can agree on when Kim's motives for this unexpected detour in relations with its historical enemy.

Kim Yo-jong and ceremonial head of state, Kim Yong-nam, were the most important North Korean delegation to visit south from the Korean War in the 1950s.

The slightest risk of explosion war may be just around the corner

However, the continuing nuclear ambitions of Pyongyang slip on any overtures between countries and, on the contrary, makes us think that the slightest risk of a military explosion is just around the corner.

Sanctions imposed by the US, the UN and the European Union to North Korea

North Korea is subject to a series of sanctions by the UN, the European Union, the international community and, of course, his political enemy number one: the United States of America. These were imposed in response to ballistic missile launches and nuclear tests in recent months. What is expected, by the way talks were given, it is that these are lifted or at least diminish.

 

Latin American Post | Sergio Marentes

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