Subject: Xinhua: U.S. Continues Espionage Against DPRK: KCNA


Friday, February 01, 2002 1:22 PM

      U.S. Continues Espionage Against DPRK: KCNA

      Xinhuanet 2002-02-01 19:14:42
        PYONGYANG, February 1 (Xinhuanet) -- The United States committed
more than 150 cases of aerial espionage against the Democratic People's
Republic of Korea (DPRK) in January with strategic and tactical
reconnaissance planes for various missions, the Korean Central News Agency
(KCNA) reported on Friday.

        The KCNA quoted DPRK military sources as saying that involved in
the espionage were U-2 high altitude strategic reconnaissance planes, EP-3
special operation planes, E-3 commanding planes, RC-12 and RC-7 tactical
reconnaissance planes and EH-60 electronic warfare helicopters.

        On January 29 the the U.S. sent more than 100 fighter bombers,
pursuit and assault planes, transport and reconnaissance planes tothe sky
above Tanyang, Wonju and Phyongchange, and on January 24 and 16 the U.S.
sent each day more than 150 fighter planes to the sky above Chunchon,
Kaphyong, Ryoju and other areas of South Koreato stage war exercises.

        Such espionage flights and war exercises clearly prove that
theU.S. is seeking to achieve its aggressive design at any time as soon as
it concludes its "war against terrorism" in Afghanistan after designating
the DPRK as the main target of its next operation, said the agency. Enditem

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