South Korea receives garbage-filled balloons from North Korea

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As a result of spreading anti-North Korean propaganda in South Korea, North Korea recently flew hundreds of garbage-filled balloons over the border in retaliation for a bizarre incident that took place in the country.

During the investigation of the incident, the South Korean joint chief of staff, who leads the country’s joint military intelligence, deployed a chemical and explosive team to collect the debris and report it to Fox News.

The South Korean government reported that it has been receiving reports that North Korea has been flying trash-filled balloons towards South Korea since Tuesday night.

There is a claim made by South Korean activists that this campaign is in retaliation for the distribution of anti-North Korean propaganda leaflets across the border by South Korean activists.

As reported by the military, around 260 balloons that were filled with manure and rubbish were discovered all over the country.

As a result, the military and the police have instructed civilians not to touch any of the objects from North Korea and to report to them if they see any grounded objects from North Korea.

According to North Korea’s Vice Defense Minister Kim Kang II, using the term ‘tit for tat’ to refer to the leaflets distributed by South Korean activists, this was an act of retaliation.

A powerful sister of the North Korean leader, Kim Yo Jong, has also taken to state media on Wednesday in order to make fun of an official South Korean military statement that demands that the North cease its “inhumane and vulgar activities.”

There are several reasons why the North is exercising its freedom of expression, according to her.

Timenews1 provided that news.

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