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What does MDL stand for?

MDL stands for Military Demarcation Line

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If the US and the South Korean puppet group perpetrate a military provocation for igniting a war against the DPRK (North Korea) in any area, including the five islands in the West Sea of Korea or in the area along the Military Demarcation Line, it will not be limited to a local war but develop into an all-out war, a nuclear war.
Ultimately, however, the international community needs to look beyond North Korea's security apparatus and adopt a stance toward the country that transcends the military fray--like the activists' propaganda balloons that drifted above and across the Military Demarcation Line.
The conference building, which was the site of the armistice deal hammered out in 1953, is open for visitors from both sides and is the only place in Panmunjom where people from both sides can cross the military demarcation line.
We will uphold the maritime border just as we maintain the military demarcation line on land," Won Tae-Jae, a ministry spokesman, told reporters.
24 (ANI): The head of Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) delegation to the inter-Korean general-level military talks Monday announced five measures on the bilateral ties with South Korea, which include restricting and cutting off all the land passages through the Military Demarcation Line (MDL).
Mark Barrett, were involved in a tree-trimming operation near the military demarcation line that runs down the center of the DMZ.
In addition to the weaponry, North Korea's 1 million-man army faces the south's 600,000 troops, backed by 28,000 US ground troops, each side glaring theatrically at each other across the military demarcation line in Panmunjom at the 38th parallel.