Instead, the rhetoric and live artillery exercises have been seen as an attempt by leader Kim Jong-un at placating hawkish military chiefs who could try and topple the dictator.
What does ARTEX stand for?
ARTEX stands for Artillery Exercise
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In a related development, North Korean media reported earlier Thursday that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un had "guided" artillery exercises that targeted South Korean islands in the Yellow Sea.
PYONGYANG, North Korea, Jumada I 2, 1434, Mar 14, 2013, SPA -- North Koreans, guided by their leader Kim Jong Un, held artillery exercises apparently targeting South Korean islands, UPI quoted the North's news agency as saying Thursday.
On May 3 the South held live-fire artillery exercises on two frontline Muscat Press and Publishing House SAOC 2011 Provided by Syndigate.
Following protests in July 2010, the National Guard has stopped using the range for heavy artillery exercises.
The land drill, involving artillery, fighter jets and the largest number of personnel in a peace-time exercise, will take place on Thursday, after the South's live-fire artillery exercise on Monday on the island of Yeonpyeong, and is bound to infuriate the North.