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Mr. Kim Jong-Un appeared, making an unexpected decision with Korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un presided over a meeting in early June in Pyongyang. Photo: Yonhap
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un presided over a meeting in early June in Pyongyang. Photo: Yonhap

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un chaired a meeting of the Central Military Commission of the Workers' Party of Korea and decided to postpone military plans against South Korea.

The North Korean news agency (KCNA) said on June 23 that the Central Military Commission of the Workers' Party of North Korea had grasped the current situation before deciding to postpone military action plans but did not give details.

The KCNA said:
"The meeting reviewed the agenda items of military policy made before the 5th meeting of the 7th Central Military Commission, which simultaneously reviewed the report and the decisions to be made presented at the 5th meeting and some documents on further strengthening the deterrence capabilities of North Korea ".
Political tensions between the two Koreas have recently increased as North Korea opposes groups of defectors from the North in South Korea that spread leaflets across the border.

Last week, North Korea blew up its inter-Korean liaison office, announcing an end to dialogue with the South and threatening military action. Kim Yo-jong, the younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, last week warned of retaliatory measures against South Korea that could include military action.

Pyongyang announced it would redeploy troops to the Kaesong and Kumgang regions, which were disarmed under inter-Korean agreements for joint business projects and threatened to continue "all exercises." regular military "near the border.

North Korea has recently reinstalled military propaganda speakers along the inter-Korean border after they were removed under a deal in 2018. Earlier North Korean media reported that Pyongyang was preparing to send about 12 million anti-Korean leaflets across the border.

The North's North Korean monitoring site reports that even if North Korea avoids serious escalation, it will not be able to pursue foreign policy further with South Korean President Moon Jae's administration. -in the near future. Meanwhile, North Korea may soon issue more harsh criticism of the United States.


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