South Korea is to file formal complaints with Pyongyang and relevant United Nations agencies about jamming of Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver frequencies that it contends emanates from North Korea.
On the 12th consecutive day of interference to GPS receivers in parts of South Korea, the government here declared it has had enough.
Formal complaints with Pyongyang, UN agencies
Kim Choon-oh, director of air navigation facilities at the Transport Ministry, says complaints about North Korea's intentional jamming of the satellite-based navigational system will be sent to Pyongyang, the International Telecommunications Union and the International Civil Aviation Organization. Read More