North Korea rejects South's aid offer, calls President Yoon 'really simple'

서울, 대한민국 북한 has rejected South Korea’s offer of economic support in exchange for denuclearization, saying the proposal suggests President Yoon Suk Yeol 이다 “정말 간단한,” state media KCNA reported Friday.

Kim Yo Jong, a top official and the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, criticized Yoon’s offer to improve North Korea’s economy and the livelihood of its people aspipedream-like remarks.
Yoon first proposed what he called anaudacious plan to swap economic cooperation for an end to North Korea’s nuclear program during his inauguration speech in May. He has since continued to raise the idea, reiterating the offer this week.
    In a speech Monday, he said his government would implement a large-scale food program, provide help for power generation, enhance agriculture, and other measures to modernize North Korea’s ports, trade routes, hospitals and economy in exchange for denuclearization.
      But in the KCNA report, Kim Yo Jong rejected the proposal and leveled personal attacks at the South Korean President.
        To think that the plan to barter ‘economic cooperationfor our honor, nukes, is the great dream, hope and plan of Yoon, we came to realize that he is really simple and still childish,” said Kim Yo Jong, 조선중앙통신에 따르면. “We make it clear that we will not sit face to face with him.
        South Korea’s Unification Ministry responded on Friday, expressingstrong regretover Kim Yo Jong’sdisrespectful comments.
          It said North Korea haddistorted our ideas and mentioned its intention to continue nuclear development instead of responding to the audacious initiative,” adding that such an attitude would not only threaten peace on the Korean Peninsula but worsen North Korea’s own economic situation.
          In the KCNA report, Kim Yo Jong also said South Korea had pinpointed the wrong location for missiles that North Korea launched on Wednesday, and questioned why the South and the United States had not released their analysis of the weapons.
          The isolated hermit kingdom launched two cruise missiles from the coastal town of Onchon into waters off its west coast on Wednesday, according to the South Korean military.
          But Kim Yo Jong claimed the test had been conducted from the Kumsong Bridge in Anju city, located in South Pyongan Province, just north of the capital Pyongyang. She did not give further details of the test.
          Wednesday’s test marks North Korea’s 18th missile launch this year, according to CNN’s count.
            비교하여, the hermit kingdom conducted only four tests in 2020, and eight in 2021.
            Tensions between the two Koreas have been building this year, with US military and intelligence agencies warning that North Korea appears to be preparing for a nuclear testwhich would be its first in five years.

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