Seoul. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister said that her country is ready to resume talks with South Korea if it stops provoking it (North Korea) with hostile policies and double standards. Kim Yo Jong made these remarks Friday in response to South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s renewed call this week to declare an end to the 1950-53 Korean War.
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He said the end of the war could be declared if the Korean countries gave up hostile policies and unfair double standards and biased views towards each other. He said North Korea is ready to hold “meaningful talks” with South Korea on improving relations. His statement comes days after North Korea conducted its first missile test in six months amid a deadlock in nuclear talks with the US. North Korea has previously said military exercises between the US and South Korea and US sanctions are examples of hostile policies against Pyongyang.