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DPRK vows to destroy South Korea speakers

05-24-2010 15:11 BJT

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A spokesman for the DPRK's foreign ministry says to protect the country's supreme interests, the DPRK has the right to continue to increase or strengthen its nuclear power.

The country's commander of forces for the Korean People's Army is vowing that if South Korea deploys propaganda loudspeakers along the border it will fire at and destroy them.

The commander says South Korea's moves to resume psychological warfare against the DPRK is an open breach of the inter-Korean military agreement.

He says it's a grave military provocation to the DPRK and a serious incident driving inter-Korean relations to their worst phase.


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