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North Korea fires 100 artillery shells into Yellow Sea

Asia (bbabo.net), - North Korea conducted regular artillery firing, shells fell in the buffer zone of the Yellow Sea. This was reported today, October 19, by the Yonhap agency, citing the South Korean Chiefs of Staff.

It is noted that about 100 shells were fired from 12.30 local time. They fell in the buffer zone established by the September 19, 2018 inter-Korean agreement on measures to reduce tensions. Not a single shell ended up in South Korean waters.

According to Seoul, on Tuesday, the DPRK fired about 100 shells towards the Yellow Sea, starting at 22.00 local time. About 150 shells were fired towards the Sea of ā€‹ā€‹Japan, starting at 2300. The shells landed in buffer zones north of the dividing line, which is the de facto maritime border between the countries. In Seoul, these shootings were called a violation of the inter-Korean agreement of September 19, 2018, TASS points out.

North Korea fires 100 artillery shells into Yellow Sea