All round view (Peshawar): North Korea’s Leader Kim Jong-UN has issued a rare personal apology for the killing of a South Korean Official.
According to South Korea’s Blue House the apology came in the form of a letter sent to President Moon and Acknowledged that the incident should not have happened.
Mr Kim said he felt “very sorry” for “disappointing” Mr Moon and the South Korean people, the Blue House said.
The North also gave the South the results of its investigation into the incident.
It said more than 10 shots were fired at the man, who had entered North Korean waters and then failed to reveal his identity and tried to flee.
The North clarified that it had not burned the man’s body but rather the “floating material” that was carrying him.
- The Border between the Koreas is tightly Policed, and the North is thought to have a “shoot-to-kill” Policy in place to prevent Coronavirus from entering the country.
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