The leader of South Korea asked to develop an offensive strategy against the DPRK

Panmunjom, the border between the DPRK and the Republic of Korea

The President of South Korea, moon Jae-In demanded the military to develop a plan of attack in the event of armed conflict with the DPRK. About it reports “Yonhap”.

“I strongly insist on reforming the military structures, which must meet the requirements of modern war,” the President said at a meeting with top military officials of the country.

According to him, the Armed forces of South Korea should be able to quickly go on the offensive if North Korea commits a provocation, “go to hell” or will make an attack on Seoul.

August 17, the South Korean leader said, where is the line beyond which the relations of Seoul and Pyongyang will change dramatically. “I can assume that North Korea crosses the “red line” if they launch their Intercontinental ballistic missiles and will be placed on nuclear warheads,” — said moon.

On 5 August the UN security Council passed a resolution toughening sanctions against the DPRK. The proposal to impose new restrictions against North Korea had been made by the United States. In Washington explained this response to the launches of Intercontinental ballistic missiles by Pyongyang.