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War Confab of Military Bosses of US and S. Korea Assailed

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

Pyongyang, October 16 (KCNA) -- The military bosses of the United States and south Korea were recently reported to have held a war confab over the issue of stifling the DPRK by force of arms, raising a hue and cry over "the nuclear issue of the north", "threat from the north" and the like at the 42nd U.S.-south Korea annual security consultative meeting and issued what they called "joint statement."

Minju Joson Saturday observes in a signed commentary in this regard:

The frequent military huddles held by the U.S. and south Korean warlike forces against the DPRK, becoming more vociferous in crying out for "tightening the military alliance" than ever before are, in a nutshell, dangerous actions to ignite a new war on the Korean Peninsula at any cost and an unpardonable military challenge to the DPRK.

It is the invariable strategic intention of the U.S. to put south Korea under its tighter military control and ignite another Korean war by using it as a springboard and thus realize its wild ambition for military domination over the DPRK.

The commentary cites facts to prove that for this purpose the U.S. is putting spurs to rounding off the preparations for the second Korean War.

The evermore reckless moves of the U.S. warlike forces to escalate the military confrontation once again more patently prove who is the arch criminal threatening the peace and security of Korea, disturbing dialogue and negotiations and making the hostile relations persist, the commentary notes, and goes on:

The prevailing situation goes to prove that the DPRK was entirely just when it bolstered up the military capability for self-defence to cope with the U.S. increasing military threat.

The growing military threat of the U.S. warmongers will only compel the DPRK to bolster up its war deterrence in every way, concludes the commentary.

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