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North Korea’s Warning To US drills Can No Longer Be Tolerated
Panmunjom is a settlement of truce located in the DMZ that separates the two Koreas. Kirby, the strategic communications coordinator for the White House National Security Council, speaks at the daily press briefing in Washington.
This photograph was shot on July 19, 2022, in the demilitarized zone (DMZ) dividing the two Koreas, South Korea, and shows a North Korean flag flying at the propaganda hamlet of Gijungdong in North Korea. The photograph was taken close to the truce settlement of Panmunjom.
Washington, D.C., November 1, 2016 – On Tuesday, North Korea once more demanded that joint military drills between the US and South Korea end, claiming that such “rashness and aggression can no longer be permitted.” The White House stated that worry over the possibility of a North Korean nuclear test remains high.
One of the largest joint military aviation exercises between the US and South Korea got underway on Monday and will last for about a week, during which hundreds of jets from both countries will simulate attacks.
Pak Jong Chon, secretary of the Central Committee of North Korea’s governing Workers’ Party, condemned the drills in a statement released by the country’s official news agency and cautioned the US and South Korea against any attack attempts.
The statement used the initials of North Korea’s official name to say, “If the U.S. and South Korea attempt to use armed forces against the DPRK without any fear, the special means of the DPRK’s armed forces will carry out their strategic mission without delay and the U.S. and South Korea will have to face a terrible case and pay the most horrific price in history.”
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