North Korea did not carry out demonstrations against the United States on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the outbreak of the Korean war, reports Yonhap news Agency.
According to the Agency, the DPRK every year in the past carried out mass anti-American rallies in Kim Il sung square in Pyongyang on June 25, but missed the event in 2018 and 2019, after meeting North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN and U.S. President Donald trump in Singapore and Hanoi.
Balloons with anti-North Korean leaflets sent on the eve of the South Korean nongovernmental organization "Alliance of movements for the freedom of Korea," from the frontier town of Paju on the West coast of the Korean Peninsula, was found on South Korean territory, 70 kilometers southwest of the launch site, according to Yonhap news Agency, citing the police.
Vinyl balls with a diameter of 2-3 meters, was found hanging on a tree in a mountainous area of the County hongcheon-gun province Cansado. Next also discovered several leaflets. The posters, attached to balloons, photos of Kim Jong UN, Kim Il sung, younger sister of the current leader of the DPRK Kim Yu-Jeong, and calls not to forget the history of the Korean war and to rise up against "aggressors and murderers of their own nation."