The Nkoera army threatens to reorganize the threatened areas

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - The North Korean military on Tuesday threatened to return to areas demolished under the inter-Korean peace treaty as the country abandons nuclear talks with the Trump administration in South Korea. The pressure on his opponent continued.

The General Staff of the Korean People's Army said it was reviewing a ruling party's recommendation to advance on unspecified border areas, which were demotivated under agreements with the South, which would "turn the front line into a fortress."

The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said a few days ago that the North would dismantle the "unruly" inter-Korean liaison office in the border town of Kaesong and leave the military. Give. "Enemies" against the South.

The KPA General Staff said, "Our military is closely watching the current situation in which the (North-South) relations are deteriorating, and the government and the government themselves are prepared to guarantee a strict military commitment to any external actions taken by the government." Similar to Chiefs of Couples.

"The North (South) Agreement states that it is studying the operational plan to move the army back to the zone, which was pushed into the North-South Agreement and increased military vigilance (South)," according to a statement by the North Korean Central News Agency.

While it is not immediately clear what action the North Korean military might take, North Korea is threatening to withdraw its bilateral military pact in 2018 to ease tensions across the border.

Korea then jointly took steps to mitigate traditional military threats, such as the establishment of border buffers in land and sea and no-fly zones. He also eliminated some front-line guard positions in symbolic gestures. The answer statement indicates that it no longer respects the buffer zone and that guard posts are re-created.

The North Military said it would open up uncharted territory near the land border and its southwestern waters so that South Korea could send South Korea's anti-South African propaganda pamphlet to a clear Titan-for-Tat. - Across the Pyongyang border.

Kim Dong-yub, an analyst at Seoul and the Institute of Far Eastern Studies, said North Korean military ships crossed the country's contentious western maritime border to remove North Korean civilian boats. A former South Korean military officer.

The water is sometimes the scene of bloody skirmishes, in which 46 sailors were killed when a South Korean naval ship attacked in 2010. At the end of the 1950–53 Korean War, the United States refused to sink the North and Cheyonne, which did not recognize the unilateral western border.

South Korean Defense Ministry spokeswoman Choi Hyun-soo said South Korean and US terrorists were closely monitoring the North's military and called on the country to pursue an inter-military military pact.

Kim Yo-jong, who recently announced his brother's superior position on inter-Korean affairs, has repeatedly shouted at South Korea in recent weeks about the deterioration of bilateral ties and the failure of the leaflet by defensemen and activists.

North Korea has halted all cooperation with the South in recent months, expressing frustration over the lack of progress in nuclear talks with Washington. The North has threatened to pull out of bilateral peace agreements reached during three conferences with Kim Jong Un in 2018, with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

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