North Korea sends 600 more trash-filled balloons over border

North Korea sends 600 more trash-filled balloons over border

Pyongyang referred to its” honest gifts” as being in response to the propaganda-filled balloons that were flown into North Korea earlier this year.

” If Seoul chooses to continue anti-North spread via headphones along the frontier, which Pyongyang dislikes as much as Kim bubbles, it may lead to a resumption of armed conflict along borders regions, such as those in the West Sea,” said Cheong Seong-chang, director of the Korean peninsula approach at Sejong Institute.

Both officials agreed to” totally cease all hostile acts against one another in every domain,” including the circulation of pamphlets, in a time of increased inter-Korean relations in 2018.

In 2020, South Korea’s congress passed a law criminalizing sending flyers into the North, but the laws, which did not deter the protesters, was voided last year as a hate speech offense.

Kim Jong Un’s sister Kim Yo Jong, one of Pyongyang’s top aides, made fun of South Korea by complaining about the bubbles this month, claiming that North Koreans were merely exercising their right to freedom of expression.

The two Koreas ‘ advertising campaigns have occasionally gotten worse and turned into more potent tit-for-tats.

Pyongyang formally ended all diplomatic and political ties to the South in June 2020, destroying an inter-Korean contact business along the border.

The debris plan comes after economists have warned Kim that it is testing arms before transferring them to Russia for use in Ukraine. South Korea’s defense minister claimed this trip that Pyongyang has already sent about 10,000 pots of arms to Moscow in exchange for Russian dish knowledge.