Pyongyang, April 8 (KCNA) — The Headquarters of the People’s Movement for the Withdrawal of the U.S. Troops in south Korea reportedly released a commentary titled “We strongly warn the U.S. troops against complaining about their upkeep” on April 2.
The chief of staff of the U.S. command in south Korea at an urgent press conference on April 1 complained about the share of the upkeep of the U.S. forces agreed upon between south Korea and the U.S., openly threatening to fire more than 1,000 south Korean employees in its units, the commentary notes, adding that this reminds one of a thief crying “Stop thief!”
The money spent in the name of “upkeep” of the U.S. troops every year reached about three trillion won together with indirect expenses, it said, stressing that the U.S. forces should stop complaining about their upkeep at once and get out of south Korea.
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