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After the recent breach.. South Korea strengthens its defenses with the “Israeli eye”

South Korea’s policy shows its northern neighbor the “Israeli eye” Updated Sunday 1/8/2023 10:Fifty three AM Abu Dhabi time In the wake of criticism of the defense authorities in South Korea for failing to confront the penetration of five North Korean drones into its airspace, Seoul began to consider buying The Israeli “Electric Eye”. A defense source in Seoul said today, Sunday, in statements to the South Korean Yonhap news Agency, that the South Korean army is considering purchasing an Israeli “electric eye” as part of its efforts to enhance its capabilities to monitor North Korean small-sized drones. The move comes as South Korea’s defense authorities have come under “severe” criticism after failing to counter the violation of five North Korean airspace drones late last month. Penetration “Northern”According to the South Korean Yonhap news Agency, it was revealed that one of the marches penetrated the no-fly zone, called the P-73, near the presidential office in Yongsan district, central Seoul. In order to strengthen the air defense system, the army is considering pushing for the rapid acquisition of the “Sky Spotter” system, according to the defense source, who said that the Israeli system is designed to detect and track aerial objects early, including drones, balloons and kites used in offensive movements. North Korea’s experiences… a challenge to Washington or a political play? “Punishing the army” A Korean official said, on Friday, that President Yoon Seok-yul will decide whether to punish the army for its “failed” operation against the infiltration of North Korean drones, after the army finishes its review of the incident. The Minister of Defense and the military leadership faced criticism after the army’s “failure” to shoot down North Korean drones last week, and their admission that one of the planes entered the no-fly zone surrounding the presidential office. “The military’s combat readiness check is still underway, so President Yoon is expected to look at the overall situation and make his decision, after the final result is out,” a presidential official said, according to Yonhap news agency. The official stressed that the no-fly zone, which has a radius of more than 3.7 km around the presidential office, is “totally different” from the “security zone” that has a radius of 500 metres.

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