April 24, 2024

Jeju port completed, may pressure N.Korean WMD transport

Port can also increase U.S. maritime capability in region south of Korea, says expert

The Jeju Civilian-Military Complex Port was completed on Friday after almost 10 years of construction, and is expected to work as the choke point pressuring North Korea’s marine transportation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD), the South Korean navy said.

“The naval forces stationed at the Jeju Civilian-Military Complex Port will be deployed to counter North Korean provocations," the South Korean Navy wrote on Friday.

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