North Korea really is poking the bear these days.
In yet another drill, North Korea fired off roughly 130 rounds of artillery.
The problem… the rounds landed in a buffer zone, which Seoul is saying is a violation of a 2018 agreement.
Here We Go…
Since Biden took office, our enemies and adversaries have been pushing limits.
The 2018 Comprehensive Military Agreement (CMA) was one of the more significant agreements put in place between North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and then-South Korean President Moon Jae-in.
It was believed it would significantly reduce tensions between the two countries at the time.
Seoul now believes this exercise by North Korea violated that agreement.
Kim is clearly upset that the United States and South Korea are conducting more joint drills in the area.
On Monday, the two countries were conducting a joint land-based firing drill near the border in Cheorwon County in the middle of the peninsula.
They are to continue on Tuesday.
Military drills in the area by the United States and South Korea have significantly increased due to the rising tensions with North Korea.
Oddly enough, the Pentagon says this is to deter North Korea, yet all the exercises do are anger him more.
After nearly four years of complete silence from North Korea, Kim has clearly changed his strategy regarding the United States.
When Trump was in office, Kim stopped firing his long-range missiles.
Since Brain-Dead Biden took office, Kim has set a record pace in terms of missile tests that have been conducted.
For someone that lauds himself as a foreign policy expert, Biden sure is having a horrible run.
Source: New York Post
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Author: G. McConway
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