South Korea urges DPRK to maintain the communication lines after receiving threats of complete cut-off from the North

After receiving threats from North Korea on June 9 that stated to “completely cut off and shut down the liaison line between the authorities of the north and the south” from June 9, South Korea has urged North Korea to maintain all inter-Korean hotlines between the two countries.

South Korea believes that the inter-Korean hotlines are a basic tool for communication between the two countries and thus should be kept in place, as agreed upon by the leaders of both North Korea and South Korea.

South Korea maintains that it will continue to work in the direction of bringing peace and prosperity on the Korean Peninsula.

Reports from the Unification Ministry even stated that the Democratic Republic of North Korea did not answer the call from South Korea, through all inter-Korean communication lines in the morning of June 9.

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