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North Korean Soldiers Spotted in Suspicious Trench Work

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News has emerged that on the 2nd, when North Korea was floating garbage balloons, dozens of North Korean soldiers were spotted conducting a large-scale trench construction, installing barbed wire fences.

A view of North Korea from the Odusan Unification Observation Deck in Paju City, Gyeonggi Province, on the 30th / News1

According to an exclusive report by Dong-A Ilbo on the same day, work was underway to install barbed wire fences on a ridge near a North Korean post, as seen from Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju City, Gyeonggi Province, and the Odusan Unification Observation Deck.

The media hinted, “While other posts were covered with lush bushes, the ridge near the North Korean post was cleared of hundreds of trees exposing the bare ground.”

In the released photos, North Korean soldiers are visible along the ridge where hundreds of trees have been cut down, along with the equipment needed to install the barbed wire fences. Some buildings look like bunkers and bundles of barbed wire are seen.

Zoomed-in pictures contained even clearer scenes. The media explained that there were numerous sightings of about 100 North Korean soldiers standing or digging the ground with shovels.

The media reported on the 17th of last month that the North Korean military has been deploying hundreds to thousands of troops per day to the ceasefire line since the end of April, not only laying mines but also installing barbed wire fences, new observation posts (GP), and various structures. However, this is the first time actual construction scenes have been captured.

On the 2nd, personnel is collecting the remnants of a garbage balloon believed to have been spread by North Korea in a shopping mall parking lot in Siheung City, Gyeonggi Province / Yonhap News

Meanwhile, on the 2nd, in response to North Korea’s spread of garbage balloons, the government announced that loudspeaker broadcasts against North Korea would resume. On the same day, North Korea stated that it would temporarily stop spreading garbage balloons tied with trash toward South Korea, but if flyers were sent back to North Korea, they would resume.

The South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff said that as of 1 p.m. on the 2nd, about 720 garbage balloons that North Korea had started spreading from the night of the 1st were found in Seoul, Gyeonggi, Chungcheong, and North Gyeongsang Province regions. On the previous day (local time), they resumed spreading after three days, following the release of about 260 garbage balloons to South Korea on the 28th and 29th of last month. So far, it has been identified that North Korea has sent nearly 1,000 garbage balloons.

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