S. Korean Warmongers Stage Drill for Firing Guided Missiles against DPRK

Pyongyang, May 28 (KCNA) — The south Korean military warmongers conducted a drill for firing guided missiles against the DPRK in the East Sea of Korea on May 26, according to the Yonhap News of south Korea.

Involved in the firing drill which was sponsored by the First Fleet of Navy under the pretext of coping with sea provocation by someone were ten odd warships, different kinds of fighters, helicopters, patrol planes and ground missiles.
On May 12 the Marine Corps fired more than 400 shells of automatic artillery and MLRS toward the sea on Paekryong and Yonphyong islands in the West Sea of Korea for about an hour.
Meanwhile, the south Korean authorities announced that they would mobilize more than 240,000-strong troops and 4,000 odd facilities of the 657 units of the three services across south Korea from May 16 to 20 and 489 civilian institutions and bodies including administrative organs, local autonomous bodies and public organs for saber-rattling of war under the pretext of exercise to cope with disaster.
The south Korean military gangsters illegally intruded into the southwestern sea under the north side’s control and fired 40 mm artillery shots at the ferryboat of the Navy of the Korean People’s Army on a routine duty on May 27.

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