North Korea heads for diplomacy gold medal at Olympics:

PYEONGCHANG- North Korea has emerged as the early favorite to grab one of the Winter Olympics’ most important medals: the diplomatic gold.

With the Winter Olympics underway in Pyeongchang South Koera,  North Koera continues to surprise the world after Leader Kim Jung Un said is his nation is ready to join the world in the games, including sending high ranking officials to represent North Korea.  In turn South Korea president Moon Jae-in has delayed military exercises.

With the North Korean delegation to the games, that includes Kim’s sister Kim Yo Jong who appears open to dialogue, ““Its delegation and athletes are getting all the spotlight, and Kim Jong Un’s sister is showing elegant smiles before the South Korean public and the world. Even for a moment, it appears to be a normal state,” said former Korea Vice president Kim Sung-han.

“North Korea clearly appears to be winning the gold,”

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe who looked uncomfortable during the opening ceremony, reiterated the threat North Korea still poses, “Now is not the time to postpone U.S.-South Korea military exercises,” he said.

“No pressure comes off until they are actually doing something that the alliance believes represents a meaningful step toward denuclearization,”  as Vice President of the US Mike Pence was quoted as saying. “But if you want to talk, we’ll talk,” he added.

Photo Credit- Daily Express

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