SEOUL – North Korea revoked the ‘Do Not Attack’ agreement it had with neighboring country South Korea.
NDJ World | Published: Mar 08 2013 Asia→World News
The ‘red colored telephone line’ that was installed between the two nations will be will be cut by North Korea, according to North Korea’s state news agency KCNA.
The announcement came only hours after the United Nations approved new sanctions against North Korea’s government in Pyongyang. The sanctions stem from the country’s latest nuclear test it conducted in February.
The ‘Do Not Attack’ agreement between the two countries was signed in 1991. Both North and South Korea agreed to settle their differences ‘amicably’ and avoid ‘accidental’ military confrontations.
The direct red colored phone line between the two countries was installed in 1971 and was intended for immediate discussion of urgent matters between the two nations.
South Korea says that in the past North Korea has threatened several times to break the existing agreement and acted on its treat twice.
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