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January 2005 South Korea Special Weapons News

  • Grave Military Provocations of South Korean Forces under Fire KCNA 28 Jan 2005 -- Minju Joson today carries a commentary on the rash military provocations committed by the south Korean war-like forces repeatedly, such as the intrusion of combat boats in the western sea from the very beginning of the year.
  • KPA Navy Command Again Warns S. Korean Military KCNA 28 Jan 2005 -- The Navy Command of the Korean Peoplefs Army issued a press release on Thursday as regards the continued intrusion of warships of the south Korean forces into the waters of the north side in the West Sea of Korea to strain the situation.
  • KOREA / ROH ADDRESS VOA 13 Jan 2005 -- South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun says he thinks conditions have improved for a new round of multilateral talks on dismantling North Korea's nuclear programs.
  • CHINA-KOREA LOCKDOWN INCIDENT VOA 13 Jan 2005 -- China says four South Korean lawmakers acted illegally when they tried to hold a news conference at a Beijing hotel, and said the politicians should apologize. The incident has prompted a protest from Seoul.
  • CHINA / KOREAN DIPLOMATS LOCKDOWN VOA 12 Jan 2005 -- Chinese security agents have prevented a group of South Korean legislators from holding a news conference on the status of North Korean refugees in China. Scuffles broke out as agents moved in to prevent the South Korean officials from speaking.
  • Ostrich-like Act of S. Korean Authorities Flailed KCNA 11 Jan 2005 -- It is said that in the "defense white paper" expected to be published this month in south Korea after its suspension from the year 2000, the phraseology "principal enemy" indicating the north will be struck out and be replaced with the words "direct and biggest threat."



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