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South Korea's military has raised the alarm over North Korean balloons full of garbage


South Korea's armed forces said they were on alert because of possible new balloons full of garbage from North Korea, AFP reported. The South Korean military will "closely monitor the situation," their spokesman told AFP on Saturday. Last Sunday, Pyongyang announced that it had stopped flying the balloons, but a few days later, the South Korean group Fighters for the Freedom of North Korea said it had launched 10 K-pop balloons and 200,000 leaflets against Kim Jong-un. North Korea said that it would respond with a hundred times more "garbage and waste" if more South Korean leaflets were sent. Last week, North Korea sent hundreds of balloons containing garbage bags into South Korea in two waves, calling it a response to anti-Pyongyang propaganda balloons sent by South Korean activists. North Korean the balloons landed in several places in South Korea. In response, South Korea completely suspended the operation of the military agreement with North Korea, which was signed in 2018, and which was supposed to reduce the tension between the neighboring countries.