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DPRK warns of "Korean-style preemptive attack" against U.S., S Korea
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21:47, December 23, 2008

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The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) will counter the United States and South Korea with "a more rapid and powerful advanced preemptive strike in the Korean style," a senior DPRK official said Tuesday.

"A grave situation is prevailing on the Korean Peninsula" due to the U.S. hostile policy and its frantic moves to wage a war of aggression against the DPRK, the official KCNA news agency quoted Kim Il Chol, minister of the People's Armed Forces, as saying.

The "Korean-style preemptive attack" will be more powerful than nuclear weapons, reduce everything "treacherous and anti-reunification" to debris and build an independent reunified country on it, he said.

He made the comments at a meeting to mark the anniversary of top DPRK leader Kim Jong Il's assumption of the Korean People's Army's supreme commandership on Dec. 24, 1991.

Source: Xinhua

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