North And South Korea Tensions Heating Back Up?
Published on May 18, 2018 - Duration: 00:46s
South Korea said on Friday, North Korea has declined to accept a list of South Korean journalists hoping to observe the closure of its nuclear test site.
The development raises new questions about the North’s commitment to reducing tension.
North Korea had invited a limited number of journalists from South Korea and other countries to witness what it said will be the closing of its only nuclear weapons test site at Punggye-ri.
The closing is to take place next week.
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