A UN investigation around a recent exchange of gunfire between the soldiers north and south korea has concluded that two countries have violated the armistice that ended the Korean war in 1953. The shooting, which took place on 3 may, was the first to be held in the demilitarized zone of the Korean in two years. No victim had been identified in the two camps.
North Korea had fired four times, and before that South Korea will backfire, resulting in a violation of the armistice by the two countries on the border. The results of the survey, announced in a press release (picked up by the Associated Press) united Nations command (led by the United States), however, did not determine whether the firing of a north Korean were intentional or simply due to an error. The minister of defence of south korea regrets for his part, a conclusion is too hasty, without investigations, to more advanced carried out in the camp in front. In a press release, he states that the troops of the South have reacted in accordance, and that the south Korean soldiers are committed to ease tensions along the border.
The border is the most fortified in the world
The dmz, demilitarized zone, Korean has a very bad name, since it happens to be the border is the most fortified in the world. Shootings are not rare, although no confrontation is deadly has not occurred in recent years. About 28,500 american soldiers are also operational in South Korea.
the findings of the investigation of the UN intervene in the aftermath of the announcement by North Korea to strengthen its " nuclear deterrence ". The country, led by Kim Jong-un, has carried out six nuclear tests between 2006 and 2017, but has not made any since. It is the target of a series of sanctions by the security Council of the UN concerning its nuclear activities and ballistic programs.
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