South Korea announced that a strong response would be given to North Korea, which blew up an inter-Korean liaison office building, making the situation worse.
According to the news of the Yonhap agency, Deputy Director of the National Security Office of the Presidency Kim You-geun made a press release after the National Security Council meeting at the Presidential Palace “Cheong Wa Dae” (Blue House), after North Korea’s liaison office was blown up.
North Korea blows up inter-Korean liaison office
Kim, “The government (South Korea) regrets North Korea’s detonation of an inter-Korean liaison office building. We strongly warn North Korea that we will respond strongly if it takes action to worsen the situation.” used expressions.
Emphasizing that the annihilation will be a behavior that betrays the expectations of those wishing to develop relations between the Koreans and the peace of the Korean Peninsula, Kim said that they clearly state that the responsibility for everything that happens due to this behavior is entirely on the part of North Korea.
“Ruined by a terrifying explosion”
North Korea has confirmed that it has blown up an inter-Korean liaison office building.
The North Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported that the building was destroyed in response to the crimes committed by those who compelled people to protect them and protect them.
The building, located in the border city of the country, Kaesong, was shared with the information that “a catastrophic explosion was destroyed”.
Some experts say that North Korea has shown disappointment that the Seoul administration has failed to pursue joint economic projects due to US-led sanctions.
Kim Jong-un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, on the tensions of South Korea’s activists sending brochures to North Korea, on June 4, saying “lows and hybrid dogs who betray their homeland” for asylum-seekers flying balloons. South Korean officials will have to pay a hefty price if they continue to allow this to continue while offering some excuses. ” had used the expression.
The Pyongyang administration announced on 9 June that it would cut all cross-border lines of communication with South Korea.
The South Korean Ministry of Merger announced on 10 June that it would complain to the police about the Free North Korean Warriors and Keunsaem groups who sent brochure balloons across the border to North Korea.
Balloon leaflets on the North border in South Korea have been a method of activists for years. North Korea considers this action an attack on it.
On the other hand, Kim Yo Jong threatened the Seoul administration with military action, stating that the army was commissioned to “take and plan the necessary steps” against South Korea.