Arch-criminal destabilizing Asia-Pacific region


The U.S. is steadily escalating military tensions on the Korean Peninsula and in the Asia-Pacific region.

It is pushing ahead with its plan to additionally deploy latest nuclear carriers and destroyers in the Asia-Pacific region. Prior to it, an aerial reconnaissance unit of the U.S. Army consisting of 30 armed reconnaissance planes was deployed at the U.S. military base in Phyongthaek, south Korea on a rotation basis.

At a world security forum the U.S. secretary of Defense cried out for maintaining posture to cope with the "threat" from the DPRK. Are evermore frequent U.S. military moves for the regional peace and stability?

The world is now expressing deep concern over the U.S. pivot to Asia-Pacific policy.

The Asia-Pacific region is the center of the political, economic and military forces in the 21st century.

The U.S. is working hard to realize its strategy for world supremacy in the new century by preempting actions in this region.

It is directing the spearhead of its attack to the Korean Peninsula and regarding south Korea as a military and strategic advanced base in order to carry out its Asia-Pacific strategy.

U.S. task forces including nuclear carriers are being amassed around the peninsula and U.S.-led war drills against the DPRK are becoming frequent.

The forward-deployment of the U.S. forces around the peninsula pursuant to its strategy for invading the DPRK and frantic war maneuvers are driving the situation on the peninsula to the brink of war.

The peninsula is fraught with the greatest danger of war in the Asia-Pacific region.

The escalating tension on the peninsula is leading to the increasing tension in the Asia-Pacific region and military actions on the peninsula are bound to spark off greater danger of war in the region.

It is nonsensical to ease the regional situation without defusing the tension on the peninsula.

The U.S. is not qualified to talk about the regional peace and security as it is seeking to establish a sphere of military domination in the Asia-Pacific region.

The U.S. should stop at once the act of wrecking peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula and in the Asian region and creating military threats and the danger of war in all parts of the world through persistent hostile moves.

(KCNA - November 15, 2013)

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