The Korean People's Army Supreme Command spokesman said North Korea would scrap the the armistice signed in 1953 if the South and United States continue with two-month long annual military drills, according to the KCNA news agency.
The armistice ended a three-year conflict between North and South Korea with a truce rather than a treaty.
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