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U.S. and South Korea agree on anti-DPRK military operation plan

Pyongyang, November 26 (KCNA) — The South Korea-U.S. “annual security consultative meeting” was reportedly held in Washington on November 24 with U.S. Defense Secretary Cohen and South Korean “Defence Minister” Jo Song Thae attending.


It discussed and reached an agreement on the military operation plan against the DPRK.

The plan, among other things, calls on the U.S. to immediately dispatch its chemical and biological units to South Korea from its mainland when “there is a sign of North Korea’s possible use of chemical and biological weapons.”

It also provides for the deployment in the major South Korea-U.S. combined units from next year of the latest biological and chemical weapon detecting equipment which the U.S. developed and supplied to some units of the U.S. forces in South Korea under the pretext of “coping with bio-chemical warfare.”

It is planned that 4 “Patriot” missile battalions would be added to the present strength of 2 battalions already deployed in the base of the U.S. forces in South Korea. It put into a concrete shape the operation plan to strike the military bases in the rear of the DPRK with “Tomahawk” missiles and combat power provided by aircraft carriers.

As seen above, the plan is basically aimed at a preemptive strike against the DPRK.

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