Minju Joson on war exercise of u.s., Japan and S. Korea

Pyongyang, November 2 (KCNA) — The U.S., the South Korean authorities and Japanese reactionaries are bound to meet merciless blows from the Korean people and the army, warns Minju Joson today in a signed commentary assailing the adventurous “Foal Eagle 99” war exercise started by the U.S. and South Korea on October 26 and the joint military drill launched by the U.S. and the Japanese reactionaries, timed to coincide with it.

The commentary says:

All those provocative war maneuvers are aimed at a surprise forestalling attack against the DPRK.

We cannot but take a serious note of them as they are a revelation of the unchangeable ambition of the U.S., Japan and the South Korean authorities to militarily stifle the DPRK at any cost.

Now that the U.S., Japan and the South Korean authorities continue staging military drills in a bid to invade the DPRK, we are compelled to steadily increase our military power to cope with them and maintain a high degree of revolutionary vigilance and full combat posture.

If the U.S., Japan and the South Korean authorities launch an aggression against the DPRK at the end of their ceaseless joint war rehearsals, the Korean people and army will deal merciless blows to them.

They are well advised not to misjudge the repeated warnings of the DPRK but to stop the aggressive war exercises at once.

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