Panmunjom joint garrison disarming tourists are expected to free exchanges during the year

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 Panmunjom joint garrison disarming tourists are expected to free exchanges during the year


BEIJING, Oct. 29 (Xinhua) According to Yonhap news agency, a South Korean defense ministry official said 28, South Korea and the United Nations Command for the disarmament of Panmunjom Joint Guard Area (JSA) joint inspection work has ended yesterday. As a result, the Koreas and foreign tourists will be free to enter the common guard area from next month. The demining work of the DPRK to disarm the Common Guard Zone started on January 1 and formally ended on the 20th. The removal of the posts in the joint garrison area, the withdrawal of troops and weapons also ended on the 25 th of this month. Subsequently, South Korea and the United Nations Command on 26-27 to disarm the Common Guard Zone carried out a joint inspection. The official said that the three party did not find any abnormalities during the inspection process. With the disarmament of the Common Guard Zone completed smoothly, the ROK and the United Nations Command will proceed to prepare for the establishment of new frontier posts and surveillance equipment in order to facilitate the free flow of tourists. A head of the Ministry of Defense said tourists are expected to enter and leave the Common Guard Zone freely within the year and will be able to travel freely as soon as next month. Source: China News Net editor: Li Cong _B11284

BEIJING, Oct. 29 (Xinhua) According to Yonhap news agency, a South Korean defense ministry official said 28, South Korea and the United Nations Command for the disarmament of Panmunjom Joint Guard Area (JSA) joint inspection work has ended yesterday. As a result, the Koreas and foreign tourists will be free to enter the common guard area from next month.

The demining work of the DPRK to disarm the Common Guard Zone started on January 1 and formally ended on the 20th. The removal of the posts in the joint garrison area, the withdrawal of troops and weapons also ended on the 25 th of this month. Subsequently, South Korea and the United Nations Command on 26-27 to disarm the Common Guard Zone carried out a joint inspection. The official said that the three party did not find any abnormalities during the inspection process.

With the disarmament of the Common Guard Zone completed smoothly, the ROK and the United Nations Command will proceed to prepare for the establishment of new frontier posts and surveillance equipment in order to facilitate the free flow of tourists. A head of the Ministry of Defense said tourists are expected to enter and leave the Common Guard Zone freely within the year and will be able to travel freely as soon as next month.