North Korea is moving armored vehicles to the border with China
North Korean authorities began to strengthen the military groups on the border with China, reports RIA "News" with reference to the South Korean edition Chosun Ilbo. In particular, several dozen went to the 12th Army Corps, which is based in the province of Ryangan tanks and armored personnel carriers.
According to an anonymous source, about 80 tanks were deployed to the border. It is noted that earlier in service with this military unit there were no combat vehicles.
The 12 Corps of the North Korean Army was formed in 2010 year to repel possible attacks by the Chinese side in the border areas.
The publication notes that in the near future more armored vehicles could be transferred to Ryangan to reinforce the 80 Brigade, which is also based on the territory of this province.
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