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Over 170 Cases of U.S. Aerial Espionage Committed against DPRK in June

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

    Pyongyang, July 1 (KCNA) -- The U.S. imperialists have become more desperate in their aerial espionage against the DPRK at a time when multi-faceted dialogue is under way between the north and the south and inter-Korean exchange and cooperation have become more brisk than ever before, according to a military source. The cases of aerial espionage committed by the U.S. imperialists against the DPRK in June totaled more than 170.
    Involved in them were the strategic and tactical reconnaissance planes with various missions that took off U.S. air force bases in south Korea and overseas.
    U-2s made long shuttle flights in the air above the area south of the Military Demarcation Line almost every day to spy on the strategic targets of the DPRK.
    RC-135 and EP-3 flew over the East and West seas of Korea for several days to spy on the targets in the depth of the DPRK and its costal line and seabed.
    E-3 committed aerial espionage against the military targets in the area along the forefront of the DPRK, while commanding fighters engaged in different forms of war drills in the sky over Sosan, Ronsan, Yongdong and other parts of South Chungchong Province.
    Meanwhile, RC-12, RC-7B and other type planes with different missions committed aerial espionage against the front, inland areas and areas along the coast of the DPRK.



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