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Pyongyang urges Seoul to stop mutual hostility

North Korea called for a truce South. According to the letter compiled by the order of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Pyongyang is committed to an atmosphere of reconciliation and unity that will allow the dialogue to continue and resume multilateral cooperation between the countries.

In particular, the document contains a call "to stop all hostile military actions", which is the biggest obstacle "because of which mistrust and confrontation do not subside."

Previously, Pyongyang called on Seoul to establish bilateral relations "without prejudice." The report was published after the South Korean authorities rejected the call of the DPRK to cancel the joint exercises planned for the end of February with the US. In the DPRK they were compared to "the declaration of a full-scale nuclear war."

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