Pyongyang, July 2 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK Saturday gave the following answer to the question put by KCNA as regards the fact that the U.S. took issue with the DPRK over non-existent flesh traffic:
The U.S. in the "2016 flesh traffic report" on June 30 hurt the dignified DPRK again with all sorts of fabrications.
It is the height of impudence and the concentrated expression of its
hostile policy toward the DPRK that the U.S., which tops the world in
human rights abuses, flesh traffic and its sources, takes issue with the
The U.S. is the veritable tundra of human rights plagued by extreme human rights abuses that stun the world people.
It is a great irony that the U.S. talks about someone's non-existent "flesh traffic".
As its hostile policy toward the DPRK proved futile, the U.S. has
worked hard to fake up such documents being preoccupied with the intent
to divert elsewhere the international attention and bring down the
DPRK's social system by way of defaming the latter's image.
The more openly the U.S. lays bare its intention to do harm to the
DPRK's social system, the more strongly the latter will maintain its
line of simultaneously pushing forward economic construction and the
building of nuclear force to steadily bolster up its nuclear deterrent
for self-defense both in quality and quantity.
The U.S. would be well advised to approach the DPRK from a fresh
mode, away from its foolish conception of hostility and properly
understanding the latter's strategic position and the trend of the times
that have undergone changes. -0