North Korea suspends military action against South Korea



North Korea has declared that it will halt its “military action plans” against South Korea, after a meeting of the governing central military commission presided over by the leader Kim Jong Un, KCNA news agency reported on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, a discussion was held via video conference on documents outlining plans for “further bolstering the war deterrent of the country”.

As part of the conference, members constituting the committee “took stock of the prevailing situation” before settling on suspending the plans. Political friction between the duo has been shooting up over the Pyongyang’s objections to plans by defector-led groups in South Korea to fly propaganda leaflets across the border.





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