North Korean leader Kim Jong-un (centre) inspects the Mount Kumgang resort on the east coast in this photo provided by the Korean Central News Agency on Oct.ober 23. Kim ordered the removal of all South Korea-built facilities at the once jointly run tourist spot, according to KCNA. — YONHAP/VNA Photo SEOUL — North Korea sent an ultimatum to South Korea earlier this week that it will unilaterally remove the South-built facilities from its Mount Kumgang resort unless Seoul tears them down on its own, Pyongyang’s official news agency reported on Friday. The North’s tough stance suggests little room for inter-Korean negotiations that South Korea has sought in an effort to keep the long-suspended tour project that was considered one of the most tangible symbols of inter-Korean reconciliation and co-operation. “On November 11, we sent an ultimatum, warning that if the South Korean authorities persist in their useless assertion, we will take it as an abandonment of the withdrawal, and take resolute measure for unilaterally pulling down the facilities.” the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said in an English article. “We will develop Mount Kumgang to be the world renowned tourist resort with responsibility and in our own way as its… Read full this story
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