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Minju Joson Slams U.S.-Japan-S. Korea Military Nexus against DPRK

Pyongyang, May 7 (KCNA) — Recently, south Korean ministry of Defense announced through its reference data concerning the “summit talks” held between Park Geun Hye and Obama that it would examine the issue of concluding a MOU on the “sharing of information” with the U.S. and Japan.

A commentary of Minju Joson Wednesday observes in this regard:
The MOU the south Korean puppet forces are going to conclude with the U.S. and Japan is nothing but the one for the conclusion of an “agreement for protecting military information.” Lurking behind this move is the sinister design of the Park Geun Hye group of traitors to establish the cooperation system against the DPRK and accelerate its preparations for a war against the north by forming its tripartite military alliance with the U.S. and Japan at any cost.
Park made much fuss in public over the issue of the past history to create impression that south Korea is in conflict with Japan. However, she is slyly moving to conclude at any cost the “agreement for protecting military information” with Japan once abandoned by traitor Lee Myung Bak. In a nutshell, Park is clinging to such a cynical ploy as the conclusion of the MOU which requires neither an approval by the “National Assembly” nor procedures of opening it to public.
Needless to say, it is just the U.S. which is encouraging the Park group to the military nexus with Japan.
The U.S. schemes to use the Japanese reactionaries and the south Korean puppet forces as shock brigades for its war against the DPRK.
As south Korea has not yet concluded an agreement of military alliance with Japan, the U.S.-Japan-south Korea triangular military alliance has not yet been knocked into shape.
So, the U.S. has instigated south Korea to conclude the “agreement for protecting military information” with Japan before forming an alliance with it.
Once south Korea concludes the agreement with Japan, the former can easily make military alliance with the latter, which would lead to the creation of the tripartite military alliance.
The DPRK will not overlook the military nexus being intensified among the U.S., Japan and south Korea as it would entail serious consequences.
The DPRK will take strong counter-measures in succession for self-defence, invariably holding aloft the banner of Songun.

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