South Korean President Park Geun-Hye warned North Korea on Tuesday that its only "path to survival" lay in abandoning its nuclear and missile programmes.
South Korean President Park Geun-Hye walks past photos of sailors who died in the sinking of a South Korean naval vessel by what Seoul insists was a North Korean submarine, at the national cemetery in the central city of Daejeon on March 25, 2013. 46 sailors died when the Cheonan corvette sunk.
In a speech to mark the third anniversary of the sinking of a South Korean naval vessel by what Seoul insists was a North Korean submarine, Park called on Pyongyang to "change course" at a time of elevated military tension on the Korean peninsula.
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