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Tele interview: S. Korea's anti-submarine drill

08-06-2010 13:41 BJT

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For more information on the drill, we are now joined on the phone with Nari Kim from Arirang TV in Seoul, who is a National Defense Ministry correspondent.

Q1. Hello, Nari. Can you explain the purpose of this anti submarine drill and what kind of exercises they are conducting?

Q2. The drills are in response to the sinking of the Cheonan. How do you think the drill will effect the already soured relations between the DPRK and South Korea?

 

 

South Korea begins military drills

South Korea has begun its largest-ever anti-submarine drills in waters off the west coast of the Korean Peninsula, despite warnings from the DPRK...<Full story>

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