Russia speaks out against foreign military presence in Korea

"Pumping the region with new weapons obviously goes beyond neutralizing the threat North Korean can pose"
May 30th, 2013

SEOUL – The continued build-up of  a “non-regional” military presence in Northeast Asia and nuclear forces in South Korea is “unacceptable,” a high-ranking member of the Russian government said on Wednesday.

The comments follow months of increased tensions between North and South Korea, frequent U.S.-led military exercises in or around the Korean Peninsula, and a

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