By Matthew Roscoe •
Updated: 19 Oct 2022 • 7:52
Image: Katherine Welles/Shutterstock.com
South Korea’s military reported that North Korea fired more than 100 artillery rounds into the West Sea buffer zone at 12.30 pm (local time) from the area of Yeonan-gun, South Hwanghae.
Shots were fired within the maritime buffer zone north of the Northern Limit Line (NLL) according to the 9/19 agreement, as reported by yna.co.kr.
“North Korea’s artillery fire is a violation of the 9/19 military agreement and that the provocation should be stopped immediately,” South Korea’s military warned.
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