S. Korean Authorities Warned against Intrusion
Pyongyang, September 27 (KCNA) -- The Korean Central News Agency issued the following report to warn the south Korean authorities on September 27:
In connection with the occurrence of an awful case which should not have happened in the present phase of the inter-Korean relations, we investigated it and notified the south side about its detailed account on September 25.
We also took more necessary security measures in order to make sure that no more incident spoiling the relations of trust and respect between the north and the south would happen in any case, true to the intention of our Supreme Leadership.
We are about to organize a search operation in the southwestern waters and the western seashore. We even consider the procedures and ways of handing over any tide-brought corpse to the south side conventionally in case we find it during the operation.
However, according to a report by the western fleet of our navy, the south side has mobilized many vessels including warships to an action presumed to be a search operation and let them intrude into our territorial waters since September 25. It arouses our due vigilance as it may lead to another awful incident.
We don't care whether the south side conducts any kind of search operation in its territorial waters or not.
But we can never overlook any intrusion into our territorial waters and we seriously warn the south side against it.
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.