Noting independence guarantees reunification, the report said:
Korea was divided into two by outsiders against the will of its people.
Historically, the Korean peninsula has become the most ideal bridgehead for maritime forces dreaming of continental aggression to kick off their invasion.
Outsiders are benefiting more from antagonism and confrontation between the north and the south of Korea than from their reconciliation and cooperation.
There are countries which have antagonized the DPRK since the very day of Korea's division, seized with confrontational idea. There are also countries with the history in which they fought alongside the Korean people in the same trench against Japanese imperialism and the U.S.
There are outside forces blindly supporting the "theory of unification of social systems" unilaterally pursued by south Korea and others taking an ambiguous stand toward the formula of reunification agreed upon by the north and the south.
It is self-evident that the future destiny of the Korean nation is bound to become a plaything of outsiders and scapegoat of their scramble in case such outsiders are allowed to interfere in the issue of Korea's reunification.
The most urgent task at present to create a peaceful environment is to defuse the danger of a war on the Korean peninsula and put an end to the vicious cycle of escalating tension.
If the U.S. refrains from antagonizing the DPRK but makes a policy switch to respect the sovereignty and dignity of the Korean nation and the nation's will to achieve independent reunification, the U.S. will also be respected by the Korean nation.
It is good for the U.S. to make a policy switch itself, facing up to the reality, though belatedly. But if it doesn't do so, the DPRK has its own solution prepared.
Measures are ready to protect the economic concessions of other countries in south Korea in a responsible manner not only in case the reunification is achieved peacefully but also in case it is done through a war.
The DPRK remains unchanged in its stand to make sure that Korea is reunified in such a way as to be beneficial to the prosperity of other countries in the region including its neighboring countries.
North-south relations can never be mended if the north and the south pursue confrontation of social systems, regarding their ideologies and social systems as absolute.
The DPRK has never forced its social system upon south Korea though its socialist system of Korean style centered on the popular masses is most advantageous.
If the neighbouring countries and other countries concerned sincerely hope for peace and reunification on the Korean peninsula, they should take a correct approach and stand toward the north-south relations.
It is a historical fact that the orientation of the north-south relations has been swayed by the approach and stand of the U.S.
Other neighbouring countries, should observe utmost impartiality and prudence in their policy toward the Korean peninsula, aware of the complexity and sensitivity of the 70 year-long north-south relations since the division of Korea.
They should not lend an ear to unilateral solicitation but respect the points agreed upon by the north and the south of Korea and support the ways and efforts for co-existence and co-prosperity of the north and the south. Doing so would help the Korean nation.
It is an unshakable will of