Un chief calls for calm and communication in koreas

Un chief calls for calm and communication in koreas

By Lee Suk-jin (Sunshine)

The presidential office has apologized to the relatives of those who died after a deadly explosion in one of the busiest shipping lanes in Northeast Asia, but the public has yet to hear of a similar apology for other deaths, including the killing in 2014 of a worker by a suicide bomber.The presidential office said that a safety alert 우리카지노was issued by the Sewol ferry company on Jan. 16, and the company has made a statement saying that it has made extensive efforts to repair the bridge.The presidential office said that the initial investigation showed that the cause of the explosion was a bomb in the ferry’s hold that exploded. In October 2014, Sewol ferry workers died of asphyxiation when a bomb in the hold set off a fire.According to the Sewol ferry, the blast happened at around 8 a.m. that day on the Sejong-gu crossing at Gangwon-do, when the ferry was inching toward Jeju Island.The ferry capsized and sank with 298 bodies.The Sewol ferry in 2014, with 293 workers aboard, died of asphyxiation after a bomb in the hold set off a fire near a fuel depot in Jeju island, where the ferry was headed to.The crash of one of the deadliest ferry accidents in decades was a blow to the country’s flaggnatyasastra.coming economy, which saw its growth slide at its slowest pace in 14 years in January 2016.Meanwhile, President Moon Jae-in is pushing the government to make sure that officials know the consequences of not getting the latest anti-terrorism law passed in advance of his visit tonatyasastra.com Seoul next week.Moon said on Saturday that the recent suicide bomb attack of a woman on a train in the northeast of Seoul that killed 13 people could have been prevented with the law passed last year.The new law called for an increase in police, surveillance and intelligence operations targeting terrorist groups.By Lee Sung-mi (Chosun)