ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 05, 1994
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Statements from National Security Adviser Anthony Lake that United States naval exercises in the Pacific are not intended to frighten North Korea and from Secretary of Defense William Perry that the United States would defend South Korea if it is attacked reported.
(Seoul: Mark Litke) The view in South Korea of the prospects of an invasion from the north examined; details given of South Korea's defensive preparations; scenes shown from a South Korean cemetery on the eve of its memorial day for the Korean war. [Defense analyst CHUNG Min Lee - comments on the situation today.] [US Army spokesman Colonel Mike SULLIVAN - comments.]
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