February 18, 2019

Kim invita Moon a Pyongyang

11 February 2018, 06:29 | Devin Moran

Seoul da Pyongyang determinazione per migliorare relazioni

A man walks by a huge national flag printed on the wall in Seoul South Korea Wednesday Oct. 26 2016

Kim non ha fatto riferimenti allo sviluppo dei piani nucleari, rivendicando lo status di "potenza militare globale" malgrado le "peggiori sanzioni". Il Nord ha invitato il presidente sudcoreano Moon Jae-in a visitare Pyongyang.

Moon avrà una cena con la delegazione nordcoreana, guidata dal presidente formale della Repubblica democratica popolare di Corea Kim Yong Nam.

In Corea del Nord, ieri, non hanno visto nulla di tutto questo, che è andato invece in onda su tutte le televisioni del resto del mondo. "Crediamo che la delegazione contenga il desiderio di celebrare i Giochi di PyeongChang e di ridurre le tensioni", ha affermato il portavoce Kim Eui-kyeom, nel resoconto della Yonhap. Lo ha detto il vicepresidente Usa Mike Pence a Tokyo, prima di partire alla volta di Seul dove presenzierà alla cerimonia d'apertura delle Olimpiadi invernali di Pyeongchang, in Corea del Sud. Il segnale di distensione è giunto dopo il pranzo tra il presidente Moon Jae-in, alcuni dirigenti nordcoreani e la sorella del leader Kim Jong-un, avvenuto al palazzo presidenziale di Seul, nel più significativo incontro diplomatico tra i due vicini-rivali negli ultimi anni.

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