April 19, 2024

Presidents Obama, Park, issue stern warnings to North Korea

"The days when North Korea could create a crisis and elicit concessions are over"

WASHINGTON D.C. – North Korea is more isolated than ever, and will no longer receive concessions from the United States and South Korea in the wake of a crisis caused by Pyongyang, Presidents Obama and Park said in a joint U.S.-South Korean press conference this morning.

The trip to the U.S. capital is President Park Geun-hye's first official overseas visit as South Korean head of state, following her inauguration in February.

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