North-targeted River-crossing Drill Staged in S. Korea
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, November 5 (KCNA) -- The 1st Corps of the south Korean army staged a madcap river-crossing drill aiming at aggression of the north in the area of the Rimjin River in Phaju City of Kyonggi Province on November 1, according to Yonhap News of south Korea.
More than 3 000 troops and at least 300 pieces of combat equipment such as tanks and armored vehicles were involved in the drill held as part of the exercise Hoguk.
The south Korean warmongers were busy with the drill for 7 hours from 6 a.m.
On the day they staged such farce as letting students near the area watch the drill.
North-targeted maneuvers staged in different parts of south Korea under the signboard of Hoguk laid bare the true colors of the south Korean war maniacs.
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