N. Korea Rejects S. Korean Group’s Offer Of Anti-Malaria Supplies Because Of South’s Support Of U.N. Sanctions

Associated Press: N. Korea rejects S. Korean group’s offer of malaria help
“A South Korean civic group which offered to provide anti-malarial supplies to North Korea said Monday the North has rejected its proposal because of the South’s support of new U.N. sanctions…” (Kim, 6/5).

Newsweek: North Korea rejects malaria package from the South after sanctions
“…New president Moon Jae-in had given the group permission to reach out to North Korea as part of a greater plan to expand civilian exchanges between the two countries…” (Ross, 6/6).

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