DPRK authorities have decided to sever all ties with Seoul. This was announced by the North Korean Agency KCNA.
At noon today, Pyongyang will block a communication line with South Korea. This decision was made including the sister of North Korean leader Kim Yu-Jeong, which is part of the leadership of the workers ‘ party of North Korea.
The report said that this action will be the first step on the road to full limit all contacts with Seoul.
In Korea believe the talks between the two countries was “only disappointment.”
The Guardian writes that North Korea threatened Seoul and closing of inter-Korean liaison office and other joint projects if the South Korean authorities do not take measures against activists who sent political leaflets and other materials antipregnancy in the DPRK. Typically, this involved members of the organization “Fighters for a free North Korea” defectors from North Korea.
Technically North and South Korea are still at war after the 1950-1953 war countries never signed a peace agreement.
On 3 January 2017, the head of the DPRK Kim Jong-UN has ordered the resumption of a hot line with South Korea. On the same day, representatives of the two countries held telephone talks.