Tuesday, 24 November 2015

CPRK Secretariat Slams S. Korean Chief Executive's Solicitation of Cooperation in Anti-DPRK Nuclear Racket

   Pyongyang, November 24 (KCNA) -- The Secretariat of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea Tuesday issued information bulletin No. 1102 as regards the south Korean chief executive's disclosure of her inveterate anti-DPRK attitude at international meetings during her foreign tours from Nov. 14 to 23.
    The information bulletin said:
    The chief executive of south Korea, wherever she went, conducted such disgraceful diplomacy as soliciting cooperation in the anti-DPRK nuclear racket, jabbering that she expected the "north to dismantle its nuclear weapons and opt for opening and cooperation" and "it is necessary to pressurize the north to make a strategic decision of scraping nuclear program and to bring about changes."
    This is, in fact, nothing but foolish acts of the south Korean authorities to cover up the nature of the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula and justify their confrontation policy and the U.S. saber-rattling for a nuclear war against the DPRK.
    It is publicly recognized that the nuclear issue on the peninsula was spawned due to the U.S. hostile policy towards the DPRK and its moves to stifle it.
    The U.S. is still escalating the tension on the peninsula, threatening the DPRK with nuclear weapons and the south Korean warmongers are openly pursuing a wild ambition for a nuclear war against the DPRK, zealously toeing its line.
    She insulted the compatriots in the north and solicited cooperation in the nuclear racket against the DPRK, regardless of the nature of international meetings and their participants. This was a vivid manifestation of her inveterate hostility towards the DPRK.
    Peace is preserved on the peninsula despite ever more desperate moves of the U.S. and its allies to stifle the DPRK with nuclear weapons. This is entirely ascribable to the self-defensive nuclear deterrent of the DPRK.
    It is shame on the Korean nation that she pulls up the DPRK over its nuclear weapons protecting peace on the peninsula and security of the nation.
    The south Korean authorities should clearly understand that the DPRK will bolster up its self-defensive nuclear deterrent which represents its dignity and pride as long as the U.S. hostile policy and danger of a nuclear war persist and the DPRK's nuclear deterrent can never be a bargaining chip. -0-

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