Tuesday, 1 March 2016

KCNA Commentary Blasts Reckless Remarks Made by Spokesman for S. Korean Ministry of Unification

  Pyongyang, March 1 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the south Korean puppet Ministry of Unification said at a news conference on Feb. 22 that the issue of concluding a peace treaty in the Korean Peninsula is not the one between the DPRK and the U.S. but south Korea should be "a main player."
    He parroted someone's words that "there may be various discussions on the denuclearization, conclusion of the peace treaty and others but the government's position is that discussion on denuclearization is priority as it had already clarified."
    His remarks clearly reflect the miserable position of the puppet group seized with uneasiness and contradiction, afraid that for its blind pursuance of the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK south Korea may become a servant without a master.
    Great irony is that the south Korean puppet forces who are no more than war servants of the U.S. are talking about the main player in replacing the Armistice Agreement which has existed for more than 60 years.
    As well known to the world, the AA concluded on July 27, 1953 was signed by the DPRK and the U.S.
    The AA was adopted as an international legal document thanks to the DPRK's initiative and stubborn struggle for providing a legal foundation for establishing peace-keeping mechanism after the Korean war. It called for resolving the issue of Korea independently and peacefully free from any foreign interference and building lasting peace-keeping mechanism in the Korean Peninsula, not temporary ceasefire.
    The U.S., however, systematically rendered the AA defunct and persistently shunned the DPRK's series of fair and aboveboard proposals to conclude a peace treaty for a definite end to the Korean war.
    It is none other than the U.S. which holds wartime operation control over the south Korean army and manages the AA.
    The south Korean puppet forces have allowed the conversion of south Korea into the biggest arsenal of nuclear weapons in the Far East as a shock brigade of the U.S. for a war for more than six decades and ceaselessly staged war exercises, big and small, against the DPRK under various codenames.
    Still now, they are talking about "firm commitments" to the U.S. over the DPRK's launch of the earth observation satellite Kwangmyongsong-4. They have introduced U.S. F-22s and nuclear capable B-52s into south Korea, offering it as a theater of U.S. nuclear war.
    Peace will never settle in the Korean Peninsula as long as the south Korean puppet group is hell-bent on confrontation with the compatriots in the north as the shock brigade of the U.S. for carrying out its scenario for stifling the DPRK.
    The south Korean puppet forces would be well advised to stop running riot, well aware that they are no more than slaves of the American master as they have not an iota of sovereignty. -0-

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