North Korea slams South for ‘war moves’

 

Pyongyang, June 6 (IANS) North Korea has slammed South Korea on Saturday for what it says are “war moves” against the north.

In a statement issued by the Secretariat of the committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea, Pyongyang condemned Seoul for recently laying out four operation principles with Washington, which Seoul said are to cope with missile launches from the North, Xinhua reported.

However, the statement said these newly devised principles are aimed at “a preemptive nuclear strike at the North Korea.” It also slammed Seoul for staging combined anti-submarine drills off South Korea’s Jeju Island.

The statement blasted again the test fire of a medium-range missile on Wednesday by South Korean military, which Seoul claimed to be able to cover the whole Korean Peninsula.

 

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