For sanctions to be lifted as desired.
South Korea is not going to lift the sanctions, Korea imposed after the sinking of a South Korean warship in 2010. This was stated by the South Korean Minister for unification Cho Myung-Kyung, according to Reuters.
“As for the ship, which was the cause (sanctions), then we need action,” the Minister said.
Thus, he denied the statement of the foreign Ministry of South Korea Kang Kyung-WHA, who said that the sanctions are reviewed.
This statement drew criticism from a number of deputies of the Parliament of South Korea. They insist that the sanctions not be lifted until North Korea is not apologize for the sinking of the ship, killing 46 sailors. The DPRK denied involvement in the sinking of the ship.
The statements Kan reacted and the President of the United States Donald trump, who said that Seoul won’t lift sanctions without the consent of Washington.