The North Korean Foreign Minister attended the regular session of the UN General Assembly in September, during which Trump threatened to "totally destroy" North Korea over its weapons programme, including the September 3 nuclear test.
The Corporate Association of Kaesong Industrial Complex that represents the 123 South Korean manufacturing companies that operated factories in the North Korean facility said Thursday it wants to send a delegation to inspect their property.
Pyongyang conducted its fifth nuclear test on the anniversary of the founding day of North Korea a year ago.
Hi comments came as North Korea's foreign minister said the USA president had "lit the wick of war" with North Korea and his country would be made to pay with "a hail of fire".
Asked by a TASS reporter if dialogue between North Korea and the U.S. is possible, Ri said it was not.
The South Korean Unification Ministry could not confirm that the complex has been reopened, but did say that recent bus movements and illuminated street lamps in the site have been observed.
"North Korean actions are illegal, in defiance of United Nations Security Council resolutions and Australia will play our part in supporting South Korea and allies in deterring North Korea from further provocative acts and compelling it to return to the negotiating table", Bishop noted.
Visits by USA warships and bombers along with regular joint exercises with the South infuriate North Korea, which considers them a sign of aggression and a rehearsal for an invasion.
Ri has previously called Trump "President Evil" and his comments are likely to fuel an escalating war of words between the U.S. president and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
United States officials have voiced their concern that Kim Jong-un's nation could launch cyber attacks on American infrastructure.
To make the complex fully operational again, North Korea would also be hard pressed to replace the electricity supply that came from South Korea, according to the Kaesong business owners.
North Korea has invested heavily in its cyber warfare capabilities and is believed to have an army of several thousand cyber warriors, many of which received advanced training overseas.
On Wednesday, Trump also characterized a diplomatic deal with North Korea brokered under former President Bill Clinton as a failure.
The delegation of Russian journalists was visiting Pyongyang shortly after a group of Russian MPs travelled to North Korea.
"Our prime minister has made very clear our support for the US (policy), but more importantly, our support is for regional stability and security", Payne said.