U.S.-S. Korea Joint Military Exercises Slammed
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, March 6 (KCNA) -- The Key Resolve and Foal Eagle joint military exercises now under way according to a carefully worked out operation plan for invading the north strip bare the bellicose and aggressive nature of the U.S. which has invariably pursued a hostile policy towards the DPRK under the signboard of "dialogue" and "peace".
Rodong Sinmun Thursday observes this in a signed article.
It goes on:
The joint military exercises targeted against the north are a main factor of blocking the reconciliation and unity of the Korean nation.
It is well known that the U.S. staged joint military exercises in south Korea every year, hamstringing the efforts to implement the June 15 joint declaration and warm up the inter-Korean relations.
Clear is the reason why the U.S. is standing in the way of achieving reconciliation and unity between Koreans and developing the inter-Korean relations. Its ulterior aim is to invade the DPRK by force of arms at any cost. It is clearly evidenced by the ongoing saber-rattling.
These war maneuvers are a product of the dangerous collusion and nexus between the U.S. and south Korea to boost cooperation in war and bring back the era of inter-Korean confrontation.
These days the U.S. ruling quarters are zealously egging south Korea on to join it in pursuing its hostile policy towards the DPRK, crying out for an anachronistic "alliance".
The U.S. and south Korean warmongers' joint military exercises targeted against the north are a negation of the June 15 era of reunification and a desperate offensive to stifle the cause of national reunification.
In order to bring about a surge in the cause of independent reunification under the present situation it is necessary for all Koreans to unite close with one and the same will and desire and decisively foil the U.S. and south Korean trigger-happy forces' reckless moves to start a war against the north, concludes the article.
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