The alleged North Korean plane captured photographs of the advanced US anti-missile battery in South Korea before it collapsed apparently returning to its country, the South Korean Army said on Tuesday.
The camera trump mounted last week was found in a forest near the border with North Korea. It was similar in size and shape to be found in the north of 2014 on a small island near the border Korean hunter.
“We certify that he made about 10 images” outbreaks, known as the Terminal High Altitude (THAAD) system, the South Korean Defense Ministry by telephone, he said.
He suggested that the rider came from North Korea, an official added.
South Korea is providing the US missile defense system in the Seongju region, about 250 kilometers from the border with North Korea, growing rocket threats from the north to meet.
“We will propose measures to resolve the rush of North Korea,” said an official from the Joint Chiefs of Staff of South Korea, who wanted to be identified because he was not authorized to speak to the media.
It is well known that the North Korean rythms of the times fluttered in South Korea
North Korea has about 300 UAVs of various types, including those designed for raider scouting and fighting, UN said last year in the report.
Truths are found in North Korea in South Korea, probably acquired by leading companies in China, produced in China, the Czech Republic, Japan and the United States, he added.
The neighbors ended up technically in the war after the Korean War 1950-1953 in a truce, not a peace treaty.
Later on Tuesday, the southern army said the North Korean soldier south of the minefield, known as the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), was defective.
Such transitions across the land border are unusual, but not unprecedented, although most of the average of 1,000 North Koreans travels through China in the south every year.
The last transition from the North Korean soldiers to the DMZ was in September last year
South Korea and the US agreed last year in the THAAD unit in response to the continued development of ballistic missiles by North Korea and nuclear weapons, unlike U.N. Sanction use.
China strongly contradicts the THAAD system and claims that its powerful radar flows deeply into its territory undermine its security and can disrupt the regional balance. China claims the system is doing nothing to divert North Korea.
South Korea and the United States say the system is only intended to defend North Korean missiles.
(Report by Yun Park Ju-min Park and Jack Kim, edited by Kim Coghill Spanish, Robert Birsel)