Moscow/Sputnik: North Korea will cut all communication lines with South Korea on June 9, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported.
The KCNA said Pyongyang has nothing more to discuss with Seoul at the negotiating table.
North Korea on Monday left unanswered a regular liaison phone call from the South for the first time since the two Koreas established a joint liaison office after their historic summit in September 2018, Seoul’s unification ministry said earlier, following Pyongyang’s threat to scrap the office over propaganda leaflets.
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