DW.COM— The comments, made by the powerful sister of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, could see a restart of stalled peace talks between the governments on the split peninsula.
the Guardian—Kim Jong-un’s sister says North Korea open to talks with South if Seoul shows ‘respect’. Analysts say North Korea’s apparent desire for engagement part of a push to get the US to ease crippling sanctions The influential sister of North Korea’s leader said that an inter-Korean summit could take place, but only if mutual “respect” and “impartiality” are guaranteed. The statement on Saturday was the second in two days by Kim Yo-jong, Kim Jong-un’s sister and key adviser. Continue reading
ABC News—North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says he’ll restore stalled communication lines with South Korea in early October. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says he’ll restore stalled communication lines with South Korea in early October
Fox News—North Korea’s Kim Jong Un moves to restore communication with South Korea. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has reportedly ordered officials to restore hotlines with South Korea to promote peace in a move that experts believe is intended to pit Seoul against Washington and win relief from crippling U.S.-led economic sanctions.