South Korean President Moon Jae-in in an address to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday reiterated the call for a formal end to the Korean War and proposed that the United States or the two Koreas, along with the US and China, make such a declaration. .
The two Koreas are technically at war, even after the 1950–53 conflict ended in an armistice rather than a peace treaty.
Using North Korea’s official name, Democratic, Ri said on KCNA, “As long as the political conditions surrounding the DPRK remain unchanged and the US hostile policy is not shifted, nothing will change, although the war’s rout.” Termination is announced hundreds of times.” People’s Republic of Korea.
The withdrawal of its double standards and hostile policy is a top priority by the US in stabilizing the situation and ensuring peace on the Korean peninsula.
On Friday, Moon said he was confident that Pyongyang would realize it was in its best interest to hold talks with Washington, but was not sure that moment would come during his term, which expires in 2022.
“It seems that North Korea is still weighing options while keeping the door open for talks, as it is only increasing tensions at a low level, just enough for the US not to cut off all contact,” Moon said. ,” said Moon, speaking to reporters in the South, as the Korean presidential plane flew back from the US to Seoul after addressing the UN General Assembly.
On Tuesday, US President Joe Biden addressed the United Nations Assembly and said the US seeks “sustained diplomacy” to resolve the crisis surrounding North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs.
North Korea has rejected US offers to engage in talks, and the head of the UN nuclear watchdog said this week that Pyongyang’s nuclear program was “absolutely progressing.”
North Korea and South Korea tested ballistic missiles last week, the latest volley in an arms race in which the two countries have developed increasingly sophisticated weapons amid futile attempts to launch talks to defuse tensions.
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