Pyongyang Proposed Civilian Exchanges After Nuke Test

Write : 2016-01-21 09:09:04 Update : 2016-01-21 11:30:43

Pyongyang Proposed Civilian Exchanges After Nuke Test

A government official has said North Korea proposed meetings with South Korean civilian organizations a day after its fourth nuclear weapons test conducted earlier this month.
The official said North Korea’s chapter of the Korean Council for Reconciliation and Cooperation had proposed exchanges with South Korean religious groups and humanitarian organizations through a fax message sent one day after North Korea’s nuclear test on January sixth.
The official explained the North seems to be engaged in a carrot-and-stick strategy, suggesting civilian exchanges behind the scenes following an armed provocation.

South Korea cut all civilian exchanges with the North after the recent nuclear test.

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