North Korea has suspended its plans to take “military” action against South Korea.
North Korea has given a harsh treatment in recent weeks over the idea to send leaflets with anti-North Korean messages over the border.
It has attacked the joint liaison office last week and has also warned to send the military to the border area.
However, state media said that a meeting chaired by president Kim Jong-un decided to suspend military action.
The Central Military Commission took the decision after considering the “prevailing situation”.
North Korea has also decided to smashed loudspeakers it had hosted last week. That speakers were being used to send anti-South Korean messages over the border.
State news agency reported that the meeting also discussed documents containing measures for “further bolstering the war deterrent of the country.”
Kim Yo-Jong’s had earlier ordered the army to “decisively carry out the next action” because of what Pyongyang said was Seoul’s failure to stop activists floating balloons with anti-regime leaflets over the border.
A state media article blamed South Korea for violating 2018 agreements and behaving like a “mongrel dog”.
President Kim Jong-un’s sister blamed the South Korean president for “putting his neck into the noose of pro-US flunkeyism”.
North Korea also warned to send an army to the demilitarized zone.
South Korea has condemned North Korea’s actions as devastating and senseless.