North Korea expressed remorse on Friday over the loss of life of a lacking South Korean, saying it shot him as a part of measures to battle the coronavirus, the South’s nationwide safety adviser mentioned.
North Korean chief Kim Jong Un despatched a letter to South Korean President Moon Jae-in saying the incident shouldn’t have occurred, the official advised a briefing.
South Korea’s presidential workplace cited Kim as calling the incident “surprising” and “unlucky,” and that the North Korean chief was “deeply sorry.”
It’s extraordinarily uncommon for a North Korean chief to apologize to rival South Korea on any subject.
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On Thursday, South Korea accused North Korea of fatally taking pictures one among its public servants who was possible attempting to defect and burning his physique after discovering him on a floating object in North Korean waters earlier this week.
South Korean officers condemned North Korea for what they known as an “atrocious act” and pressed it punish these accountable.
—With recordsdata from the Related Press