U.S. Forward-deployment of Its Mobile Task Forces Flailed
Pyongyang, January 30 (KCNA) -- U.S. nuclear-powered carrier Carl Vinson entered Pusan Port of south Korea along with a cruiser belonging to the carrier flotilla and two more cruisers Jinhae Port on Jan. 11. Timing to coincide with this, the U.S. is contemplating dispatching mobile task forces belonging to the U.S. Seventh Fleet to Japan.
Commenting on these moves, Rodong Sinmun Sunday observes:
The U.S. is forward-deploying its mobile task forces in Northeast Asia in a bid to finally round off the preparations for a war of aggression against the DPRK.
It is the scenario of the U.S. imperialist war-like forces to deploy huge mobile task forces in south Korea and its vicinity in advance and use them anytime for launching a surprise armed invasion of the DPRK.
Their forward-deployment in Northeast Asia is part of the U.S. Asia strategy.
The main thrust of that strategy is to contain by force the influence of other big powers and its expansion in this region and establish the U.S. unchallenged order of domination there. The U.S. is set to back the strategy with the forward-deployment of powerful forces.
The U.S. imperialist aggression forces forward-deployed in south Korea and Japan are not aimed to "settle" instability but aggravate the situation and launch armed invasion of the DPRK and other countries.
The prevailing situation requires the DPRK to be ready both for dialogue and war.
The DPRK has already clarified its stand to settle the prevailing situation through dialogue and negotiations.