South Korea on Monday dismissed as "incomprehensible" a list of North Korean demands for reviving suspended operations at a jointly-run industrial park.
A South Korean military jeep (front) escorts cars leaving Kaesong at a border checkpoint in Paju on May 3, 2013. South Korea on Monday dismissed an "incomprehensible" list of North Korean demands for reviving suspended operations at a jointly-run industrial park.
The Kaesong Industrial Complex, opened north of the border in 2004 as a rare symbol of cooperation, has been shut indefinitely with the withdrawal of all North and South Korean workers amid soaring military tensions.
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