North Korea warns of a more aggressive response to the Washington and Seoul exercises

North Korea has warned that it will escalate its military response to the ongoing live-fire exercises between South Korea and the United States.

North Korea's General Staff, South Korea's equivalent of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, issued the warning on Tuesday, as it demanded an immediate halt to what it called "provocative military action by the enemy," according to KBS News. World" South Korean Broadcasting Corporation on Wednesday.

The warning came after North Korea fired about ten artillery shells in the maritime buffer zone in the East Sea from Kumgang County in Kangwon Province on Tuesday evening, about six hours after about 90 rounds were fired in the same area, from Kumgang Province. Goseong Province.

Yesterday, Tuesday, marks the second day in a row that Pyongyang fired mortars at buffer zones, following the firing of 130 artillery rounds at the eastern and western sea borders on Monday.

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