Thursday, 9 October 2014

Park Geun Hye Urged Not to Chill Atmosphere of Improving Inter-Korean Relations

Pyongyang, October 10 (KCNA) -- Park Geun Hye, chief executive of south Korea, when meeting the secretary general of ASEAN Wednesday, let loose such invectives as "double-attitude of provocation and appeasement" and "call for abandonment of nuclear program," again pulling up the DPRK over its "nuclear issue".
    The spokesman for the National Reconciliation Council issued a statement on Friday blasting her reckless remarks. This is an unpardonable politically-motivated provocation against the DPRK and indecorum chilling the hard-won atmosphere of improving the north-south relations, the statement said, and went on:
    It is most important for mending the north-south relations to create a good atmosphere and both sides should work hard to do so.
    The north and the south have already agreed to have the second round of high-level contact.
    However, Park made such coarse invectives against the DPRK before having the contact. This is the behavior bereft of elementary courtesy and common sense towards the dialogue partner.
    No matter what pressure her U.S. master may put on Park, she should learn how to recognize and respect the dialogue partner before reading his face.
    Vitriol against the dialogue partner would only hurt mutual feelings and bring nothing good to both.
    By letting loose again such reckless remarks against the DPRK Park brought to light the fact that "improvement of the north-south relations" and "unification" touted by her a lot were not utterances made out of her concern for them but to improve her image.
    In the past too, she let loose a string of invectives rattling the nerves of the DPRK irrespective of time and place, bedeviling the north-south relations.
    She would be well advised to behave herself, bearing in mind that a golden chance of improving the strained north-south relations may be missed. -0-

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