DPRK's Nuclear Armed Force for Self-Defence Will Become More Elite One: Minju Joson
|Pyongyang, July 22 (KCNA) -- The U.S. suddenly let the flotilla of nuclear aircraft carrier George Washington enter Pusan Port of south Korea on July 11 under the pretext of joint military exercises with the south Korean military warmongers. On the same day it introduced the group of Aegis destroyer Kidd belonging to the U.S. Third Fleet into Tonghae Port of south Korea.Minju Joson Tuesday says in a commentary in this regard:|
The U.S. introduced nuclear aircraft carrier and other war hardware into south Korea and are staging joint naval drills against the DPRK in the South and East seas of Korea, dangerous military provocations threatening peace and stability on the Korean peninsula.
When there is a sign of reconciliation, the U.S. freezes it and when there is a sign of detente, it screws up the situation. This is the U.S. method for putting the situation on the Korean peninsula under its control.
The U.S. has handled the situation on the peninsula by such method for the past decades and it is trying to do so in the future, too.
Whenever it feels the need to attain its political and military purposes in its policy towards the DPRK, the U.S. is keen to frighten or threaten the army and people of the DPRK by introducing nuclear strike means.
It is the U.S. Korea strategy at present to stifle the DPRK by threatening it by force, economically blockading it and isolating it diplomatically.
The DPRK is left with no option but to bolster up its nuclear deterrent for self-defence as long as the U.S. persists in its hostile policy towards the DPRK.
What matters is time. The DPRK's nuclear armed force for self-defence will be further bolstered up and become a more elite one with each passing day.
Time will prove that the situation will never develop as desired by the U.S.