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북한-군사-위성사진2010. 6. 29. 16:36
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미국과 한국이 지난 26일 토요일 비무장지대에 중무기를 설치했다는 북한의 주장과 관련, 유엔군사령부는 사실무근이라고
주장하는등 '비무장지대 중무기설치 논란'이 일고 있습니다

보이스오브어메리카[VOA]는 오늘 유엔군사령부가 지난 26일 미국과 한국이 비무장지대내에 중무기[중화기?]를 들여왔다는 북한의 주장을 전면 부인했다고 보도했습니다 

원본출처 http://www1.voanews.com/english/news/asia/UN-Denies-Bringing-Heavy-Weapons-Into-Korean-DMZ-97374729.html

유엔군사령부의 부인에 앞서 북한군은 미국과 한국이 비무장지대에서 정체불명의 중무기를 철수하지 않을 경우 보복을 하겠다고 위협했었다고 보이스오브어메리카는 덧붙였습니다 

주한미군[USFK] 대변인인 데이빗 오텐은 '유엔군 사령부는 1953년 한국전 종전협정을 준수하고 있으며 지난 26일 판문점내로 중무가를 옮기지 않았다'고 발표했습니다 

한국전종전협정에 따르면 비무장지대내에는 권총과 소총만 휴대할 수 있도록 규정돼 있습니다 

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The United Nations command in Korea is denying Pyongyang's allegation that U.S. and South Korean forces introduced "heavy weapons" into the demilitarized zone last Saturday.

원본출처 http://www1.voanews.com/english/news/asia/UN-Denies-Bringing-Heavy-Weapons-Into-Korean-DMZ-97374729.html
North Korea's army is threatening retaliation, if the unspecified weaponry is not removed from the DMZ.  The allied forces say the allegation made by Pyongyang is not true.

Both sides are allowed to have only pistols and rifles in the truce area separating the two Korea's.

"United Nations Command continues to abide by the 1953 Korean Armistice Agreement and did not move heavy weapons into Panmunjom on 26th June," said David Oten, a spokesman for U.S. Forces Korea.

The American military spokesman, citing the U.N. Command's response Tuesday to the charge, says North Korea should bring its concern to the appropriate forum - the general officer military talks at Panmunjom.

"The Armistice Agreement and the Supplemental Agreements to it provide a forum to resolve these types of misperceptions and allow for direct engagement between representatives from the [North] Korean Peoples Army and the United Nations Command," said Oten.  "The two sides have met at the truce village on many occasions in the past to resolve security concerns and Armistice related issues."

The North Korean force warns that, if the alleged heavy weapons are not removed, then it will take "strong military counter-measures".

North Korea is also objecting to planned joint maritime exercises by the United States and South Korea. Those military drills are expected to be held in July in the Yellow Sea.

The exercise is seen as part of the unified response to the sinking of a South Korean coastal warship, three months ago. An international investigation concluded that the Cheonan was hit by a North Korean torpedo, which Pyongyang denies.

A North Korean media commentary calls the planned naval drill provocative and dangerous, warning that an accidental clash at sea could result in all-out war.

The three-year Korean War started 60 years ago, this month. A peace treaty has never been signed.