Foreign Affairs
North Korea refuses to hold any more talks with South Korea

North Korea is excluding the possibility of holding any more talks with South Korea and said that it was doing this because of the actions of South Korea.

The statement came in reaction to a speech by the South Korean President, Moon Jae In on Thursday.

Meanwhile, North Korea has also fired two missiles into the sea near the eastern coast of the peninsula.

This was the sixth missile test by North Korea in less than one month, after six days ago it also fired two ballistic missiles over a short distance towards Japanese seas.

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