Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, made a statement yesterday regarding anti-Pyongyang leaflets that are being sent across the North/South Korea border. The two countries have been re-negotiating a 2018 military agreement, but Kim Yo Jong has threatened to stop the agreement and close down a cross-border liaison unless South Korea stops their activists from sending leaflet filled balloons into North Korean territory. “The South Korean authorities will be forced to pay a dear price if they let this situation go on while making all sort of excuses,” Yo Jong said in a live TV broadcast. She called the activists “rubbish-like mongrel dogs” and said it was “time to bring their owners to account,” meaning the South Korean government.
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