January 13 2015
The United States and South Korea still intend to hold a large joint military drill this year, reports the Yonhap news agency, citing an unnamed military source.
Last week, North Korea informed the U.S. that it would temporarily suspend its nuclear tests if the U.S. would halt joint military drills in South Korea this year. The offer was rejected.
Key Resolve, one of two major annual exercises, is scheduled to take place in early March, said the source.
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