North Korea completely canceled the military agreement with South Korea
North Korea completely canceled the military agreement with South Korea.North Korea completely pulled out of a five-year-old military pact with South Korea. The announcement came after Pyongyang successfully launched a spy satellite on Tuesday. As a result, the fear of spreading tensions on the Korean peninsula is increasing.
South Korea has announced that it will withdraw from the terms of this agreement. The country said that they will again deploy Najdari aircraft in the border area. Pyongyang, which withdrew from the agreement, will now send heavy weapons and strong army teams to the South Korean border. From now on, our troops are no longer bound by the September 19 North-South military agreement, a statement said.
In addition, Kim Jong Un’s country has announced that it will withdraw all air and sea measures to avoid military conflict. They also said, this time they will send a strong army along with new types of weapons to the border.
On Tuesday, North Korea launched a spy satellite named Maligyong-1 into space. The South Korean military also confirmed that the North Korean satellite entered orbit.
South Korea condemned the satellite flight and announced the resumption of border surveillance. Through this, Seoul will be able to monitor South Korean military posts.