Why North Korea purged references to unification from propaganda websites | NK News
June 23, 2024
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Why North Korea purged references to unification from propaganda websites

Change may be sign DPRK has nullified inter-Korean deals after Kim Jong Un called unification ‘impossible’

Two North Korean propaganda websites have deleted references to unification and reconciliation with South Korea, in what appears to be one of the first concrete steps to implement leader Kim Jong Un’s call to overhaul inter-Korean policy since he declared reunification “impossible.”

The websites Ryomyong and Uriminzokkiri, run by the National Reconciliation Council and the Committee for Peaceful Unification, respectively, made the changes at some point on Wednesday.

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