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The Han army transported supplies to the THAAD base: more than 600 police opened the way and the people built a wall to block

The Han army transported supplies to the THAAD base: more than 600 police opened the way and the people built a wall to block

On November 27, South Korean people built a human wall to prevent the transportation of supplies to THAAD base. (Newsis News Agency)

November 27 electricity , according to Yonhap reported that South Korean Defense Ministry on the 27th will Gyeongsangbuk-do Seongju “Sade” base transport equipment, construction materials, or again lead to local objections, the scene tensions heating up again.

According to reports, the South Korean Ministry of National Defense plans to invest more than 600 police officers at around 10 am that day to transport construction materials to the “THAAD” base, as well as vehicles used to move waste into the base.

On November 27, South Korean people built a human wall to prevent the transportation of supplies to THAAD base. (Newies News Agency)

At present, anti-“THAAD” groups and local residents have gathered nearby. They are sitting on ladders on the ground, building a “wall of people”, and preparing to boycott vehicles from entering the base.

On October 22, South Korean citizens blocked the transportation of supplies to THAAD base and were evacuated by the police.

According to overseas reports earlier this year, on October 22 this year, the South Korean Ministry of National Defense transported equipment and materials to the “THAAD” base in Seongju and dispatched more than 800 police officers to maintain order. During the period, more than 70 residents and members of the anti-THAAD group strongly resisted, and many were sent to hospital due to the forced evacuation of the police. (Overseas Network Liu Qiang)

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