South Korea and United States conduct anti -terrorism exercises near border with DPRK

The troops of South Korea and the United States conducted anti -terrorist exercises near the border with the DPRK.

According to Yonhap, citing a message from the South Korean army, the exercises went about 30 km south of the demilitarized zone between South Korea and the DPRK.

The message emphasizes that within the framework of the exercises of the army of the two countries, issues such as the search of buildings, the salvation of hostages, as well as the detection and neutralization of terrorists.

It is noted that they focused on improving their capabilities in counter -terrorism operations in urban conditions.

On September 28, the DPRK Supreme People’s Assembly unanimously adopted a bill on accelerating the production of nuclear weapons in order to “ensure the existence and development of the country and protect the regional and global world.”

Speaking after the adoption of the law by parliament, the leader of North Korea Kim Jong -un called the cooperation of South Korea, the USA and Japan “the Asian version of NATO.”

The DPRK leader noted that the United States pursues a policy of “physical destruction” of North Korea and that their actions on the Korean Peninsula “increased the threat of nuclear war.”