North Korea printed 12 million leaflets

North Korea printed 12 million leaflets

For the distribution of campaign, materials plan to use more than three thousand balloons

Publishers and printing houses in Pyongyang printed 12 million propaganda leaflets for distribution in South Korea. This was announced on June 22 by the Central Telegraph Agency of Korea (CTAC).

Several million more leaflets intend to produce printing houses in other cities of the republic.

The agency also emphasized that the preparation of equipment for the distribution of campaign materials was completed. More than three thousand balloons are planned to be used to deliver campaign materials.

Earlier it was reported that in light of the deteriorating relations with Seoul, the DPRK authorities launched a campaign to print propaganda leaflets.
As reported, Pyongyang announced the termination of contracts with South Korea on all existing channels due to leaflets that South Korean activists abandoned.

On June 16, North Korea blew up the inter-Korean communications office in Quezon, 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.

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Seoul replied that the blame for all the consequences of the escalation lies with Pyongyang, but has not yet canceled plans to deal with the senders of leaflets.