South Korea President, Yoon Suk-yeol on Wednesday disclosed that the country will suspend the 2018 inter-Korean military pact should the North not uphold the agreed pact.
President Yoon made this general following violation of its airspace by drones from the North.
The South Korean getting briefed by his security officer on the countermeasures put in place following the North violation disclosed that.
The press secretary to the South Korean president indicated that the president has instructed the national security office to deliberate on the suspension of the military pact should there be any violation of their territory by the North.
Abandoning the pact could ignite the return of the guard posts, live-fire drills in the former no-fly zone, and propaganda broadcast across the border.
South Korea continued to warn the North against any provocation, which the latter has been found guilty of.