North Korea is going to drop leaflets to the South, according to State media

La Corée du Nord va larguer des tracts vers le Sud, selon les médias d’État

North Korea is preparing to dump on the territory of south Korean leaflets hostile to the government of Seoul, reported Saturday the State media, in a context of renewed tensions between the two countries.

Since the beginning of the month, Pyongyang multiplies the attacks of vitriol against its neighbor, in particular against the defectors north Korean, from the South, sending leaflets of propaganda across the demilitarized Zone, often attached to balloons or inserted into bottles thrown into the border river.

Pyongyang has also dramatically destroyed Tuesday, the bureau of liaison inter-Korean installed north of the demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and then threatened to strengthen its military presence in the vicinity of the DMZ.

Now, the North Korean ” indignados are preparing the release of large-scale tracts on the South, reported the official agency KCNA.

Photos released by the official newspaper Rodong Sinmun shows cigarette butts and ash piled up on the portraits printed on the south Korean president Moon Jae-in.

One of the tracts, illustrated by a photo of Mr. Moon, drinking a cup is as follows : “It has eaten everything, including the agreement between North Korea and South “.

The south Korean president, one of the artisans of the historical dialogue initiated in 2018 between the United States and North Korea, has been referred to this week by a diatribe of the sister of north Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Kim Yo Jong.

Experts interpret the attitude of Pyongyang as a strategy of provocation to gradual and aimed to wrest economic concessions to Seoul and Washington.

The North-South relations have continued to deteriorate since the fiasco of the second summit between the us president, Donald Trump and Kim Jung A, in February 2019 in Hanoi.

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