전직 고위관료의 경고, 북핵위협(영) A high-ranking former military official in South Korea says nuclear threats from North Korea[www.ntdtv.com 2012-06-29] A high-ranking former military official in South Korea says nuclear threats from North Korea are much more serious than we think. It comes after North Korea vowed to "bolster its nuclear deterrent" after Friday's US-South Korean military drills near the border. On the 25th of June 1950, six decades ago North Korean communist armed forces attacked South Korea, starting the Korean War. A cease-fire was agreed to in 1953, but the countries are still technically at war. The retired high-ranking South Korean military official says South Korean citizens are too relaxed about the potential nuclear threat from North Korea. [Former South Korean Military Official]: “South Korean people don’t think that North Korea’s nuclear weapons are a big threat, they feel too comfortable about it. But the threat is much more than we think.” China has recently been accused of assisting North Korea with military aid, ignoring UN Sanctions on the country. [Former South Korean Military Official]: “China has continued to be supportive of North Korea. If China is helping North Korea build anything nuclear, we can’t solve that problem with our military, we have to deal with it politically. South Korea has to stop China with economic sanctions.” Meanwhile, the US and South Korea have made an agreement earlier this month to strengthen joint defense ties in response to North Korea’s missile development. The former military official says it will put pressure on the North to help control the communist regime that is frequently threatening the South. [Former South Korean Military Official]: “South Korea has started a missile defense system with the U.S. army in South Korea. If South Korea is perfectly ready for the attack it will put more pressure on North Korea.” A North Korea expert, Dr. Yuseok Seo, agrees. [Dr. Yuseok Seo, Institute of North Korea Studies]: “…Recently South Korea has revealed new types of weapons that can defend or attack North Korea’s missiles that could supress aggression from the North.” NTD news, Seoul, South Korea영어원문링크 : http://english.ntdtv.com/ntdtv_en/news_asia/2012-06-29/korean-ex-military-official-warns-of-nuclear-threat-from-north.html#video_section

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    A high-ranking former military official in South Korea says nuclear threats from North Korea



    [www.ntdtv.com 2012-06-29]

    A high-ranking former military official in South Korea says nuclear threats from North Korea are much more serious than we think. It comes after North Korea vowed to "bolster its nuclear deterrent" after Friday's US-South Korean military drills near the border.

    On the 25th of June 1950, six decades ago North Korean communist armed forces attacked South Korea, starting the Korean War. A cease-fire was agreed to in 1953, but the countries are still technically at war.

    The retired high-ranking South Korean military official says South Korean citizens are too relaxed about the potential nuclear threat from North Korea.

    [Former South Korean Military Official]:
    “South Korean people don’t think that North Korea’s nuclear weapons are a big threat, they feel too comfortable about it. But the threat is much more than we think.”

    China has recently been accused of assisting North Korea with military aid, ignoring UN Sanctions on the country.

    [Former South Korean Military Official]:
    “China has continued to be supportive of North Korea. If China is helping North Korea build anything nuclear, we can’t solve that problem with our military, we have to deal with it politically. South Korea has to stop China with economic sanctions.”

    Meanwhile, the US and South Korea have made an agreement earlier this month to strengthen joint defense ties in response to North Korea’s missile development.

    The former military official says it will put pressure on the North to help control the communist regime that is frequently threatening the South.

    [Former South Korean Military Official]:
    “South Korea has started a missile defense system with the U.S. army in South Korea. If South Korea is perfectly ready for the attack it will put more pressure on North Korea.”

    A North Korea expert, Dr. Yuseok Seo, agrees.

    [Dr. Yuseok Seo, Institute of North Korea Studies]:
    “…Recently South Korea has revealed new types of weapons that can defend or attack North Korea’s missiles that could supress aggression from the North.”

    NTD news, Seoul, South Korea


    영어원문링크 : http://english.ntdtv.com/ntdtv_en/news_asia/2012-06-29/korean-ex-military-official-warns-of-nuclear-threat-from-north.html#video_section

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