N. KOREA SAYS IT WILL TEAR DOWN S. KOREAN FACILITIES AT MOUNT GEUMGANG IF SEOUL DOESN'T

Let's start with North Korea's ultimation...
North Korea claims to have sent a final notice to South Korea that it will unilaterally tear down South Korean facilities at its Mount Geumgang tourist resort... if Seoul doesn't do it.
Pyeongyang's state-run Korean Central News Agency said Friday that the regime sent its notice on Monday and Seoul has yet to respond.
The North said South Korea doesn't seem to understand its demand... and keeps on mentioning other options like a "creative approach," "working-level talks" and a "joint investigation team visit to the North."
The regime accused Seoul of ignoring its facilities for the past ten years and is only now trying to take action.
It stressed there's no room for South Korea in regards to tours to Mount Geumgang... and the mountain is not something shared by the two sides.



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