Pyongyang intends to invite the South Korean and us observers on the closure of nuclear test site
North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN intends to invite experts and journalists from South Korea and the United States on the closure of nuclear test site in may, announced Sunday in Seoul.
As told the press Secretary of the President of South Korea, Kim Jong-UN also said, “in Spite of US hostility to North Korea, when will begin our negotiations, they will be able to know that I’m not the person who will use nuclear weapons against South Korea or the United States.”
Kim Jong-UN also promised to change the time zone in the DPRK, eliminating the 30-minute time difference with South Korea.
On Friday, Kim Jong-UN became the first North Korean leader to set foot on the territory of the South: he crossed the border to shake hands with the President of South Korea, moon Jae-Inu.