North Korea Warns Of Border Intrusions By South's Navy Amid Search For Slain Official | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

North Korea Warns Of Border Intrusions By South's Navy Amid Search For Slain Official

Despite Kim Jong-Un offering a nearly unheard of apology for last week's shooting death of a South Korean fisheries official after he was found to have breached the disputed border in waters of the western coast, tensions are still running high which could set off further conflict.

North Korea's military says it is searching for the charred remains of the official, after its border patrol soldiers had burned it on coronavirus fears. But now Pyongyang is warning Seoul not to interfere, given the south's increased naval maneuvers in the region off Yeonpyeong Island. It appears both sides are conducting a major search of the area.

"We urge the south side to immediately halt the intrusion across the military demarcation line in the west sea that may lead to escalation of tensions," North Korean state news agency KCNA said on Sunday.

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