Seoul, May 23: South Korea’s military fired warning shots into North Korea when found unidentified object flying over the border from Pyongyang. The military fired dozens of rounds on Tuesday with around 90 machine guns and the warning was given through the loudspeaker which was broadcast in North.
Still, the object flying over the border from Pyongyang is unidentified for South Korean military and trying to analyze what exactly it was. The incident took place after newly elected South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in warned a few days back of a 'high probability' of conflicts along the fringe as pressures run high over Pyongyang's improvement of missiles and nuclear weapons.
Calling on the South’s military to enforce a ‘watertight defense posture’, Moon Jae-in said, "I will never tolerate the North's provocations and nuclear threats". "We are living in the reality where there is a high possibility of military clashes along the border that separates the two Koreas”, he added.
North Korea had already fired Pukguksong-2 missile on Sunday and Hwasong-12 missile a week before that which was said to be successful according to North Korea’s President Kim John-un.