S. Korean Warmongers Busy with North-targeted Naval Maneuver

Pyongyang, September 6 (KCNA) — The south Korean forces are busy with war maneuvers targeting the DPRK, further coiling up the tension on the Korean peninsula, according to the south Korean Yonhap News on Tuesday.

On September 4 the warmongers of the navy’s First Fleet conducted an anti-submarine drill with submarines and helicopters involved in the East Sea of Korea. On September 5 they frantically waged a drill for naval bombardment with mobilization of escort craft, patrol craft, guided-missile high-speed ship, high-speed boat and others.
The puppet forces are mulling expanding this saber-rattling to the South Sea of Korea.
The warmongers of the Third Fleet also plan to stage four-day large-scale war maneuvers.
In this period they are going to conduct an anti-submarine drill in the East Sea of Korea with sea-patrol planes of the U.S. aggressor forces.

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