We're only two weeks away until the Seoul Nuclear Security Summit to kick offand North Korea is increasing their criticism regarding the international event.
The North's state-run newspaper stated on Wednesday that the heads-of state attending the summit are gathering to plot a scheme "to harm" North Korea.
The paper also attacked South Korean President Lee Myung-bak.. saying that he is making inter-Korean ties worse by pressuring the North to give up its nuclear activities.
Meanwhile according to a South Korean military official, about 130 senior North Korean officials visited the border village of Panmunjom last week.
Various supplies and food were also seen in an apparent move to modernize its military facilities.
This comes as North Korea repeatedly threatens to launch a "sacred" war against South Korea.