Wednesday, 3 June 2015

S. Korean Regime Is Not Entitled to Talk about Dialogue: CPRK Spokesman

  Pyongyang, June 4 (KCNA) -- Recently, the south Korean puppet group is behaving so impudently as to noisily trumpet about "dialogue" with the DPRK.
    Notably, Park Geun Hye lets loose a spate of invectives hurting the social system of the DPRK whenever an opportunity presents itself. She, at the same time, spouts rhetoric urging it to come out for dialogue and not to refuse the south's proposal for dialogue in a bid to mislead the public opinion, creating impression that a dialogue between the authorities of the north and the south has not yet opened due to the DPRK.
    Pursuant to her scenario, Yun Pyong Se, Hong Yong Phyo and other mandarins of the south Korean puppet regime held a series of anti-DPRK confabs with their U.S. and Japanese masters, at which they cried out for "leading the north to dialogue in line with the strategy of pressure and dialogue."
    A spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) said in a statement on Wednesday in this regard:
    The above-said moves are no more than renewed politically-motivated chicanery and red herring operation being staged by the puppet group in a sinister bid to shift the blame for the deteriorated north-south relations on to the DPRK, tide over the ever-worsening ruling crisis and escalate confrontation with the DPRK with the backing of outsiders.
    It is, indeed, the height of impudence for the puppet group to talk about "dialogue" as it has chilled the atmosphere for improving the inter-Korean relations and scuppered the opportunity for dialogue.
    No one will lend an ear to such ill-natured advertisement of "dialogue" by the Park Geun Hye group and it will never be able to evade the responsibility for having deteriorated the north-south relations through such hypocritical burlesque.
    If the puppet group truly wants dialogue with the north, the group should have elementary qualities as a dialogue partner.
    First of all, the group should have the viewpoint to independently solve the reunification issue with the concerted efforts of all Koreans and the stand to recognize and implement the joint declarations agreed upon by the authorities of the north and the south.
    It should stop toeing the U.S. hostile policy towards the DPRK and roll back the policy of confrontation with compatriots in the north and halt at once the north-targeted war drills straining the situation.
    Only when it does so, can it claim it has elementary qualifications as a dialogue partner and it will have the face to sit together with the DPRK.
    The DPRK will closely follow what the south Korean puppet group do in practice, not just talking. -0-

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