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South Korean media blow up North Korean defectors group to send leaflet, threatening harsh reaction

Seoul, July 9 (Yonhap News Agency)-Saturday North Korean defectors outlet warned of possible reaction beyond the explosion of the Inter-Korean Liaison Office two years ago and sent an anti-Pyongyang leaflet He blamed the North Korean defectors group.

North Korea’s weekly magazine, Tongil Shinpo, also criticized the Yoon Sin-buchi administration for speaking about North Korea’s human rights and calling for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

If North Korean defectors continue to send goods and leaflets to North Korea, actions beyond the bombing of the liaison office in the border town of Kaesong on June 16, 2020 could occur, the newspaper said. rice field.

North Korea’s response condemns North Korea’s allegations that a group of North Korean defectors sent balloons with painkillers and a leaflet sent from the South was responsible for the outbreak of COVID-19 in North Korea. After sending the banner to do.

On June 16, 2020, North Korea blasted a joint liaison office and increased tensions on the Korean Peninsula after almost daily threats to punish Seoul with anti-Pyongyang promotional leaflets.

At that time, concerns that North Korea could pose a threat to the South, such as taking military action in the border area disarmed at the inter-Korean summit and moving troops, are surprising. Caused by provocation.

kyongae.choi@yna.co.kr
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http://yna.kr/AEN20220709001800320&section=news&input=rss South Korean media blow up North Korean defectors group to send leaflet, threatening harsh reaction

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