S. Korean Warships’ Intrusion into Waters of DPRK on Explosive Increase

Pyongyang, April 29 (KCNA) — The south Korean puppet navy warships’ intrusion into the territorial waters of the DPRK side in the West Sea of Korea has recently been on explosive increase.

In recent ten days alone, the south Korean puppet forces infiltrated a total of 101 navy warships into the waters of the DPRK on 81 occasions.
This is nearly twice as what happened in March alone.
Such intrusion has created the danger of military conflict in the hotspot waters in the West Sea of Korea beset with constant tension.
However, the puppet military warmongers are trying to justify the intrusion, claiming the operation of warships in the waters is to “intercept illegal fishing boats”.
The severity of the situation lies in that it is timed to coincide with the military provocation escalating to the maximum due to the Foal Eagle joint military rehearsal targeting “preemptive attack” on the DPRK that has reached its height across south Korea and due to the emergency introduction of nuclear carrier Carl Vinson, nuclear submarine Michigan and other nuclear strike means of the U.S. into the waters off the Korean peninsula.
The explosively increased infiltration of the puppet navy warships into the hotspot waters in the West Sea of Korea is prompted by the sinister intention to make the “northern limit line” a fait accompli under the plea of checking the “illegal fishing” operation of fishing boats of the third country and create “security crisis” by leading the DPRK into military counteraction.
The army of the DPRK has closely followed with high vigilance all the moves in the hotspot waters in the West Sea of Korea.
We will never tolerate the reckless act of the puppet forces keen on making a provocation in the hotspot waters, not content with wild rhetoric as “intolerable punishment” and “preemptive attack” while going round the master like a frivolous poodle.
The puppet warmongers must not forget even a moment that their thoughtless act will entail a catastrophic end.

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