Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea Criticises U.S. Air Reconnaissance of Possible Missile Launch Preparation

U.S. Reckless Provocations Are Bound to Be Foiled

   Pyongyang, June 22 (KCNA) — The U.S. imperialist warmongers have been intensifying military provocations against the DPRK of late. Recently they illegally infiltrated strategic reconnaissance planes into the sky above the DPRK’s economic waters to spy on its strategic targets in several times.
    The ceaseless illegal intrusion of the planes has created a grave danger of military conflict in the air above the region.
    The fact clearly shows that the U.S. is the very one which is disturbing peace and straining the situation on the Korean peninsula and is bringing into bolder relief its aggressive nature to mount a preemptive strike against the DPRK.
    Such grave military provocations only precipitate its self-destruction.

Kim il Sung was chairman, premier, president of the D.P.R.K. 1948-1994.

The DPRK government already warned the reckless enemy by firmly stating that it would return retaliation for retaliation, all-out war for all-out-war right after the Pueblo incident in the end of the 1960s and has dealt heavy blows to the repeated military provocations of the enemy.
    The large-sized reconnaissance plane “EC-121” (in April 1969), the spy plane “OAH-23G” (in August 1969) and a reconnaissance helicopter (in December 1994) all met their miserable end by the strike of the Korean People’s Army while committing espionage and hostile acts in the unalienable air of the DPRK.
    The KPA Air Force Command, in its recent report, warned once again that should those planes persist in their reckless air espionage, they would not be able to escape the same end as that of a tiger moth fated to perish in the flames, stating that the merciless punishment against the aggressors is the nature peculiar to the KPA revolutionary force.
    The KPA never talk empty words.
    The U.S. imperialists should ponder over and draw a lesson from the shameful defeats they have sustained in the past Korean war and repeated military provocations.

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