Kim Jong-un's Sister Declares End to Korean War, Seoul Responds
South Korean government responds to Kim Yo-Jong, the sister of the North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, about announcing an end to the Korean war. She stressed the need first to recover the lines of communications between the two Koreas.
On Sunday, the South Korean government responded to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister, Kim Yo-jong, about declaring an end to the Korean War.
South Korea's Ministry of Unification announced that the possibility that North Korea taking up various issues to improve inter-Korean relations through constructive discussions is significant.
The ministry declared that it looks forward to these inter-Korean talks and dialogue. It anticipates the restoration of communication lines to discuss unresolved issues and their solutions, taking advantage of the stable situation on the Korean Peninsula.
South Korea's Presidential Office Carefully Reviews Response
South Korea's presidential office has yet to issue an official response to Kim's comments. According to Yonhap, a senior official in the presidential office announced that they are carefully reviewing the content of the statement and that the government has maintained a consistent stance to restore and develop inter-Korean relations.
On Saturday, Kim Yo-jong said North Korea could announce an official end to the Korean War as South Korea proposed, and even discuss an inter-Korean summit if South Korea treats North Korea only when impartiality and the attitude of respecting each other are guaranteed.