Pyongyang, April 26 (KCNA) — The U.S. and south Korean warhawks have recently worked out “OPLAN 5029-05”, a new war scenario against the
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
The fact has touched off bitter indignation of the entire Korean people at the U.S. imperialists.
In an interview with KCNA, Jang Won Gyu, first vice minister of Metal and Machine-Building Industry, said:
The “OPLAN 5029-05” is very dangerous and adventurous.
In an attempt to invade and dominate the DPRK, the U.S. has steadily renewed its war scenarios against the country such as “Operation Plan 5030”, “New Operation Plan 5026”, “Operation Plan 5027-04” aimed at mounting a preemptive nuclear attack.
The “OPLAN 5029-05” is chiefly aimed at deliberately creating a war atmosphere and provoking a military conflict on the Korean peninsula.
This shows that the U.S. hostile moves against the DPRK have reached a dangerous stage to ignite a war against the DPRK.
During the Korean War (June 195 July 1953), the U.S. invaders staged many adventurous “offensives” such as the “summer offensive”, “offensive in Kimhwa area”, “strangulation operation”, “scorched-earth operation” and “new offensive” but met with failure.
In the post-war period, too, the U.S. troops experienced setbacks in the EC-121 spy plane incident in April Juche 58 (1969), the illegal intrusion of a reconnaissance helicopter in December 1994 and other incidents of intruding into the inviolable air, ground and sea of the DPRK.
An army officer Kim Myong Son stated: It is the mettle of the Korean servicepersons in the Songun era to answer the goodwill with the same, and provocation with merciless punishment.
We, with strong self-defensive armed forces, are fully ready to cope with any mode of war of the U.S. and its allies.
If the U.S. starts another war, far from drawing a lesson from their serious defeat, the servicepersons and people of the DPRK will deal a telling blow at the invaders with the might of single-mined unity and the war deterrent they have bolstered for scores of years.
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