North Korea: No to U.S. and South Korea War Games!
Seoul, South Korea - The joint United States and South Korea war games has already commenced Tuesday alarming North Korea and expressed a possible enraging war at the Korean peninsula if disagreements with South Korea worsen. Despite the recent diplomatic talks between the mediator, United States, and the two Korean nations, the ongoing war games between the United States and South Korea clearly indicates that the United States of America still consider North Korea as a big military threat.
Currently, the United States of America has 28,500 troops deployed in South Korea in case North Korea initiates a surprise attack. The drills and war games will continue in the U.S. mainland and also in the Pacific region aside from the one being held in the Korean peninsula. The drills involved 80,000 strong South Korean and American troops including other troops from 7 countries that helped in the Korean War in the 1950s.
North Korea has warned the international community by saying that the current drills and war games will not help solve the long standing political disagreements between North and South Korea and will only make it worse. North Korea suspects that the ongoing military exercise is in preparation for an upcoming war with them. Report has indicated that North Korea is also preparing and regularly mobilizing their military forces in case a war with them might rise.