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FM spokesman on “timetable” for deployment of U.S. forces

Pyongyang, December 1 (KCNA) — In case the U.S. persistently try to stifle the DPRK militarily, it will be held wholly responsible for all the ensuing consequences.


The spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK today stressed this when answering a question put by KCNA in the wake of the U.S. announcement of “timeframe” for the deployment of its forces in emergency on the Korean peninsula.

He said:

On November 20 the U.S. pacific command made public the size of the U.S. forces to be quickly hurled into the Korean peninsula for a total war there and its “timeframe.”

This proves that the “operation plan 5027,” a scenario for the second Korean war of aggression published by the U.S., is not a mere fiction that poses threat but it has been carried into practice in full swing.

Now the double-dealing tactics of the U.S. reminiscent of both sides of a coin is becoming clearer.

By nature, the DPRK has never reposed expectations in the “appeasement policy” of the U.S. crying for “improved relations.”

Out of the stand to solve the Korean peninsula issue only through dialog and negotiations it Decided to have high-level talks with the U.S. It was generous enough to stop missile test-fire which belongs to the sovereignty, during the negotiations with the U.S.

Contrary to the sincere efforts of the DPRK, the U.S. had one war confab after another in an attempt to invade the DPRK and made public what it calls “timeframe” for the deployment of the U.S. forces in emergency on the Korean peninsula, stepping up war preparations.

This stand taken by the U.S. behind the scene of the negotiations for the “improvement of relations” clearly shows that its Korea policy still remains unchanged to stifle the DPRK by force of arms rather than to pursue a peaceful settlement of the Korean peninsula issue.

It is clear to anyone that the U.S. seeks to unleash a war of aggression at any cost, while paying lip-service to “dialogue” and “engagement.” This compels the DPRK to think of the negotiations with the U.S. again.

The U.S. moves to stifle the DPRK militarily forced the DPRK to increase its self-reliant national defence capabilities in every way.

It is the fixed stand of the DPRK to return force for “strength,” dialogue for dialogue.

Reckless military threat and blackmail cannot frighten nor bring the DPRK to its knees at all.

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