SEOUL, South Korea – North Korea's President Moon Jiang on Monday urged North Korea to stop escalating tensions and return to talks after media threats in Pyongyang say Will cut ties and take military action.

"The pledge of peace on the Korean Peninsula, which Kim Jong Un has made in the past, is about to take place," Moon Jian told a meeting with senior aides, referring to the agreement made at the two leaders' summit in 2018. In front of us, 80 million people cannot be changed. ”

The recent high tensions between the two neighbors have sparked fears of a military strike by North Korea and triggered a backlash. Stuck in talks to stop nuclear and missile programs Edit: Pang Kong