North Korea completely demolished the Inter-Korean Liaison Office within its border on Tuesday. With this, he has broken off all communication mediums with South Korea. Tensions in the Korean peninsula have increased after the move by North Korea.
North Korea Destroy Inter-Korea Liaison Office
According to the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) of Pyongyang. North Korea has demolished the office, ending the propaganda with South Korea, to pay the high price for their crimes. The agency’s reference was to those who crossed the border leaving North Korea and sending messages against Pyongyang. These messages delivered on balloons through leaflets.
Smoke Appeared From The Complex
South Korea’s Unification Ministry says that the building located in the North Korean border town of Kesong was demolished at 2.49 pm local time. Although he did not give much information about this. Photographs in the media showed smoke coming out of a complex in the building. The agency says the area is now part of a fully closed industrial park. The liaison office was present at this place. KCNA has not provided much information about this. It not yet revealed how this office has destroyed.
Earlier, on Tuesday, the North Korean army has asked to return to the areas declared as civilian areas under the Inter-Korean Peace Accord. Despite the efforts of the United States, it continues to pressurize South Korea.
The Army Should Decide Relations With South Korea
Earlier, North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s sister has also called for the dismantling of the inter-Korean liaison office in Kisong on the border with the border. He said that the army should decide the relationship with the enemy South Korea.
However, it is not yet clear what the North Korean army will do. But this spot as a significant threat. She may withdraw her hand from the bilateral military agreement reached in 2018 to reduce tensions at the border.
North Korea Nuclear Deal is Not Progressing
North Korea has recently ended all ties with South Korea. It says the nuclear deal with Washington is not progressing. South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in had said on Monday that North Korea should stop promoting hostilities. No one should back down from the peace deal.