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North Korea Army Pledges ‘Merciless’ Attack on US and South Korea

by VASUDEVAN SRIDHARAN, International Business Times  |  published on March 14, 2013

North Korea has pledged to carry out “merciless retaliation” on the South Korean and American “warmongers” who are holding a joint military exercise.

Pyongyang’s latest threats have come after a series of similar warnings against the ongoing drill jointly conducted by Washington and Seoul.

The Ministry of the People’s Armed Forces in Pyongyang has released a statement via the official Korean Central News Agency, saying: “Warmongers would be well advised to keep in mind that the DPRK is no longer restrained.

“What is left to be done is an action of justice and merciless retaliation of the army and people of the DPRK.”

The threat has come a day after the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited the strategically important military installation on the western coast. According to the state-run meadia, he ordered the troops to “drive the enemy into a fire pit if so ordered.”

Kim was accompanied by top military officials including the army chief and the minister of armed forces.

The computer-simulated drills between South Korea and the US, codenamed ‘Key Resolve’, began on 11 March are likely to continue until 21 March. Nearly 10,000 South Korean troops and 3,500 American forces along with fighter planes are involved in the manoeuvres.

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