North Korea dismisses South’s call to declare formal end to Korean war as premature

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North Korea has dismissed as premature South Korea’s offer of declaring a formal end to the decades-long war between the two sides. The North Korean vice foreign minister added that an end-of-war declaration would have no legal binding force, considering the tensions on the Korean Peninsula. He noted that ending Washington’s hostile policy against Pyongyang will be the most important step in bringing peace and stability to the region. In his speech at the United Nations General Assembly earlier this week, South Korean President Moon Jae-in proposed that the two Koreas, the United States, and possibly China declare the formal end to the 1950 war which is still technically being fought since a ceasefire was declared in 1953.

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