North Korea says there’s no room for South Korean participation in the Mount Kumgang tourism zone and warned that it will demolish the South’s facilities there if Seoul doesn’t start cooperating.In a Friday commentary by the North’s official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), Pyongyang slammed South Korea for calls for dialogue it called “pitiful and shameful.” “The south Korean authorities left the facilities for the tour of [Mount] Kumgang untouched for over a decade in fear of the U.S.,” the English-language commentary read. “Only after they are pressed with the withdrawal of those facilities, they are dismayed, begging us to let them stay even at a corner of the mountain and take part in the resumption of the tour.”Claiming a timetable is in place for development of the area, KCNA said an ultimatum was delivered to the South on Monday that made clear Pyongyang would not accept Seoul’s “useless assertions” — it has asked for talks and for an inspection team to travel to the site — and that it would go forward in “unilaterally pulling down the facilities” if the South failed to present a plan for its withdrawal. South Korea is “steeped in the sense of flunkeyism to… Read full this story
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