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DPRK orders S. Korean personnel to leave Mt. Kumgang

08-22-2011 16:05 BJT

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The DPRK has ordered all South Korean personnel to leave a tourist site at Mount Kumgang within 72 hours.

The DPRK said that South Korean authorities are entirely to blame for the situation. South Korea's Unification Ministry spokesman said that Seoul cannot accept these kind of unilateral measures and expressed that all responsibility will go to the DPRK regarding future repercussions.

Mt. Kumgang tourism projects were operated jointly by the DPRK and Hyundai Group of South Korea. Seoul stopped the tours after a South Korean tourist was killed in 2008.


Editor:Zhang Dan |Source: CNTV.CN

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