Date: Saturday, 30-Mar-2013 04:08:40
Mar 30, 2013 11:43 Moscow Time
North Korea's declaration of war on South Korea was due to "Translation ambiguities
Contrary to the foreign media reports, the original text of the statement from Pyongyang merely states that North Korea will act "under martial law" in case of provocations against it, which could grow into a "full-scale" or even the "nuclear" war. "From this point onwards North and South Koreas enter into a state of war," – says the special statement of the government, political parties and public organizations of North Korea- reported by agency KCNA. The statement specifies that in the case of enemy provocations, North Korea will hit the U.S. military bases in Hawaii, Guam, in South Korea, as well as South Korean military bases and the official presidential residence in Seoul.