Korean People Vent Anger over US-S. Korean Maneuvers
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, March 11 (KCNA) -- Upon receiving the recently released report of the Supreme Command of the Korean People's Army, all the servicepersons and people of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea have let loose their anger at the reckless moves of U.S. imperialists and south Korean puppets against the DPRK.
KPA officer Ri Hyok Chol told KCNA that the start of the Key Resolve and Foal Eagle joint military maneuvers has created a touch-and-go situation on the Korean peninsula.
"To cope with the grave situation we, servicepersons, will keep ourselves ready to crush down any provocation of the enemies seeking a preemptive attack, and annihilate the aggressors once given an order of action, while focusing on military training in high spirits," he said.
He also said, "If the enemy dares to intrude into our sky, land and seas even an inch, our revolutionary armed forces will mete out a decisive and merciless punishment to the invaders, fully demonstrating the invincible might of our army led by the brilliant commander."
Ri Un Chon, a department director of the Ministry of Metal Industry, in an interview with KCNA said that the Korean people whose might has been enhanced remarkably under the Songun politics would mow down invaders to defend General Secretary Kim Jong Il, the great sun of the nation, and the socialist land, the cradle of their happiness.
The Korean army and people are of the view that the aggressive war racket intended to hold in check the dynamic advance of Songun Korea is an intolerable act against the Korean reunification and that it only hardens their will and resolution to remain faithful to the Songun politics of the Workers' Party of Korea.
Workers, including those of the Kim Chaek Iron and Steel Complex and the February 8 Vinalon Complex, are now effecting a fresh upsurge in production, and such achievements have been reported in all sectors of the building of a thriving nation.
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