At posts located on previously demilitarized territory near the border with South Korea, North Korean military personnel were noticed.
North Korean troops began to take up positions in the demilitarized zone on the border with South Korea. About this with reference to its own sources, the agency Yonhap on Thursday, June 18.
At previously empty border posts, several North Korean military personnel were noticed. According to the publication, Pyongyang may have approximately 150 such posts, some of them ceased to operate after the signing of the inter-Korean peace treaty in 2018.
About a hundred North Korean military were seen in the border town of Keson after they blew up a communications center.
Recall, on June 16, North Korea blew up an inter-Korean communications office in Keson, saying that this was a response to the distribution of propaganda leaflets by South Korean activists.
And on June 17, the DPRK general staff announced plans to deploy military personnel in the demilitarized zone and restore previously collapsed security posts, as well as resume all types of military exercises near the border.