South Korea calls for ‘WARTIME’ control as North Korea war ‘imminent’

Friday, December 8, 2017
By Paul Martin

SOUTH Korean president Moon Jae-in has called for “wartime control” of its troops as a war with North Korea becomes even more likely.

By Jamie Micklethwaite
8th December 2017

South Korea has pushed for control of its troops from the US in the face of war from the North.

President Moon Jae-in said: “Right now, our military faces a very serious situation where North Korea’s nuclear and missile threats are fast becoming more real and advanced,” the president said at the luncheon at his office Cheong Wa Dae.

“The military’s role is more important than ever. The military is our last line of defense against North Korea’s nuclear weapons and missile threats.”

President Moon called in his top military commanders to discuss ways of dealing with the Hermit Kingdom.

Options also discussed were building up the country’s defense capabilities to overwhelm and prevent North Korea from making any reckless provocations.

This was only the second ever meeting of its kind.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un rejected recent peace overtures from NATO, refusing to meet an envoy face-to-face.

And the Hermit Kingdom has constantly threatened their neighbours in the South with nuclear war, if they continue to support the US.

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