North Korea is withdrawing from a joint border office with South Korea

North Korea is withdrawing from the joint office with South Korea. Since September last year, employees from the two countries have been working together in the office to promote the relationship between neighboring countries.


North Korea is withdrawing from the joint office with South Korea. Since September last year, employees from the two countries have been working together in the office to promote the relationship between neighboring countries.

The office is located in the North Korean border town of Kaesong. All sorts of issues could be discussed in the building 24 hours a day.

North Korea made the decision to retire Friday morning during a weekly meeting with South Korea. This happened "on instructions from above," according to the South Korean authorities.

REF: https://www.nu.nl/noord-korea/5804520/noord-korea-trekt-zich-terug-uit-gezamenlijk-grenskantoor-met-zuid-korea.html

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