terça-feira, 25 de agosto de 2015

Agreement between Koreas disengages fears of an armed conflict

UN and United States congratulated the success of the discussions intercoreanas, the highest level between the two countries last year, which took place in the border village of Panmunjom, where the cease-fire was signed in the 1950-1953 war.

The head of National Security in South Korea, Kim Kwan-Jin, explained that "North Korea has agreed to express regret for the recent explosion of a mine in the demilitarized zone that left two South Korean soldiers". Pyongyang "agreed also to put an end to the State of ' almost-war '".

For its part, South Korea pledged to "shut up", from this Tuesday, the batteries of loudspeakers that debitavam propaganda aimed at the border of the neighboring country.

These incidents have given rise to an exchange of gunfire in the border area that, despite not making victims, had taken Seoul and Pyongyang put the respective military contingent on high alert.

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