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An unidentified man crossed the heavily guarded border into North Korea this weekend.
The individual was able to escape from the search device of the troops guarding the Military Border Fortress (MDL).
Soldiers were first spotted moving inside Militarized Zone (DMZ), The four-kilometer-wide strip separating the two Koreas is bisected by the CDM.
Seoul military officials did not know if the man was still alive, but sent a message to the north asking for protection during the outbreak. North Korea has a policy of shooting anyone near the border.
Security officials in Seoul have promised to reconsider the border security system after similar violations in the past.
In September 2020, A South Korean official has been shot dead by North Korean troops Worked in the Fisheries Department and disappeared at sea.
The incident caused a great stir there Pyongyang should apologize.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has previously declared a state of national emergency and sealed off a city after a North Korean miscreant with Govt signs moved from south to north.
North Korea’s locks are related to epidemic and nomadic controls within the country They have reduced the number of people jumping from north to south.
The border between North Korea and South Korea is one of the most fortified areas in the world.
It was full Surrounded by landmines, electric fences and wires And surveillance cameras, armed guards must be on alert 24 hours a day.
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