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South Korean puppets introduce latest war hardware

INFORMATION BULLETIN NO 1056
By CPRK Secretariat

The Secretariat of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) released information bulletin No. 1056 on Thursday rapping the ever-more desperate moves of the south Korean puppet authorities to introduce latest war hardware. The information bulletin said:

The south Korean authorities are mulling spending a stupendous amount of fund to introduce latest U.S.-made war hardware including F-35A, Global Hawk, CH-47D and various type missiles.

Meanwhile, they are contemplating massively introducing latest war hardware such as long-range air-to-ground guided missiles and reconnaissance planes from Germany, France and other countries in the wake of deployment of hundreds of precision guided missile Spike from Israel.

The above-said actions are sparking off deep concern and denunciation at home and abroad as they are reckless moves to escalate military confrontation and arms race on the Korean Peninsula and in the rest of Northeast Asia and aggravate the regional situation.

Those moves of the south Korean regime are pursuant to the scenario of the U.S. to put it under its tighter military control and use it as a shock brigade for carrying out its Asian strategy and, at the same time, amount to yielding to the U.S. pressure for buying more war hardware.

All facts clearly indicate that the U.S. and south Korean puppet authorities are the arch criminals disturbing peace and security on the peninsula and in the rest of Northeast Asia.

The south Korean authorities are making desperate efforts to make up for their inferiority by dint of superiority in technical equipment, taken aback by the tremendous military muscle of the DPRK. However, this is as foolish an act as precipitating their self-destruction.

The service personnel and people of the DPRK will never pardon the moves of the puppet group to escalate the military confrontation and resolutely foil them with the might of Songun. 

(KCNA - December 12, 2013)

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