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Security, free speech in focus as Seoul braces for possible visit from North Korea's Kim: Speculation that Kim Jong Un will soon visit Seoul for first time has sparked debate in South Korea over how to allow citizens to express often strongly held views while preventing any international incidents.
Pyongyang’s DPRK Today on Monday denounced the Trump administration for “putting the brakes” on the South Korean government’s attempts to implement September’s Pyongyang Joint Declaration.
North Korean media also condemned President Donald Trump’s comments last week that Seoul would not be able to lift its unilateral May 24 sanctions “without our approval.”
Another online outlet, the Uriminzokkiri, on Sunday and Monday carried commentary denouncing the U.S.’s purported blocking of the implementation of the Panmunjom and Pyongyang agreements.
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Seems like this is part of nK's 'divide the alliance' plan.