South Korea rejects 'incomprehensible' North demands
SEOUL, South Korea - South Korea on Thursday, April 18, labelled North Korean pre-conditions for dialogue "incomprehensible" and urged Pyongyang to choose engagement with the international community over provocation.
"North Korea's demands are totally incomprehensible. It's absurd," Foreign Ministry spokesman Cho Tai-Young told reporters.
"We strongly urge the North to stop making such incomprehensible demands and to make the wise choice we have repeatedly urged," Cho said. - Rappler.com