On Thursday, the North Korean regime offered the South Korean government resume talks to work in joint projects or meetings between families who were separated by the war, this is a compromise proposal that Seoul accepted after two months of threats from Pyongyang.
The North Korean capital sent the message through the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea, this is a calming signal by the communist state since it began its campaign of threats against South Korea and the U.S.
After an hour since the document was processed, the Ministry of Unification of South Korea showed its willingness to accept the invitation from Pyongyang.
“The South Korean government is considering the proposal positively and hopes the talks can build trust between both parties,” said the spokesman in charge of Seoul on inter-Korean dialogue and policies.
This is a response to the offer from Pyongyang to Seoul to open the possibility to choose the time and place of the meeting. South Korea has requested to do it the next June 12 in the South Korean capital, in an atmosphere of “mutual trust“.