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Topic - Ri Son Gwon
"The South speaks loudly of dialogue in public, but behind the scenes, it also says it cannot shake the principles that plunged North-South Korean ties into complete deadlock," Col. Ri said in an interview in Pyongyang.
"If clear answers are given, dialogue will resume immediately," he said. "The resumption of dialogue and the improvement of relations hinge completely on the willingness of the South's government."