North Korea may cancel agreement with South Korea to reduce border tensions.
This was stated by the sister of the DPRK leader Kim Jong-un, deputy head of the propaganda department of the Central Committee of the Labor Party of Korea, Kim Ye-jeong.
This was voiced after propaganda leaflets were sent to the territory of the DPRK using balloons from South Korea.
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“It is clear that the South Korean authorities will have to pay a high price if they allow this situation to continue,” she said.