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S. Korea's Decision to Re-dispatch Troops to Afghanistan Flailed

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

Pyongyang, June 22 (KCNA) -- The Lee Myung Bak group of traitors finally decided to re-dispatch troops to Afghanistan on June 15 despite the strong protest of the south Korean people.

On the same day, an advance team of a main unit left for Afghanistan. The main unit is expected to leave early next month.

Traitor Lee Myung Bak paid visit to the U.S. as the first thing of his political activities while trumpeting about "restoration of the south Korea-U.S. relations". There he was closeted with his U.S. master for "tightened strategic alliance".

In order to put this into practice, the puppet authorities announced that they would institute a "law on participation in the UN peace-keeping operations" which enables unconditional dispatch of troops without the approval of the "National Assembly" at the U.S. request. They finally railroaded this law through the NA session.

Riff-raffs of the "Grand National Party" unilaterally rammed through the NA session on Feb. 25 the "motion calling for the re-dispatch of troops to Afghanistan", utterly indifferent to the people's livelihood. The motion envisaged the dispatch of helicopters, drones and heavily-armed special warfare unit.

Lee Myung Bak group's sycophancy toward the U.S. is pushing south Korea into an uncontrollable abyss of sufferings and uneasiness.

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