April 24, 2024

ROK pro-unification group disbands in response to North Korea policy changes

Move comes after Kim Jong Un declared unification ‘impossible’ and called for dissolving counterpart organization

The biggest South Korean civilian organization pushing for reunification has disbanded in response to North Korea’s decision to abandon unification as a goal, in a sign of how the policy change is impacting pro-DPRK groups in the South.

The ROK branch of the Pan-national Alliance for Korea's Reunification announced at a ceremony on Saturday that it will reorganize as the tentatively named Korean Independence Movement Alliance and focus on opposing the U.S. and the Yoon administration.

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