South Korea worried too execution in North

South Korea worried too execution in North

 Seoul -In  South Korea's President Park Geun-hye had called for a meeting of high level security officals after the shock execution of Chang Song-thaek, uncle of North Korean premier Kim Jong-un which had left the Korean Peninsular into a 'grave and unpredictable' situation.

President Park had also warned of likely "reckless provocations" from North and had called for a greater than before alertness throughout the border.

Mr.Chang who was considered as a key figure in the political circles had been executed for allegedly planning a coup.

Meanwhile China, which had been a key supporter of North both politically and economically had commented that significant transformation was taking place inside North and the state of affairs is been closely monitored.

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