Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Spokesman for DPRK Foreign Ministry Slams U.S. Accusations over Its Measures for Bolstering up Nuclear Deterrent for Self-defence

      Pyongyang, September 20 (KCNA) -- The spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK on Tuesday gave the following answer to the question raised by KCNA slamming the U.S. and its followers' accusations against the DPRK over its measures for bolstering up nuclear deterrent for self-defence:
     U.S. Secretary of State Kerry held tripartite talks with the foreign ministers of Japan and south Korea in New York on Sept. 18. There, Kerry again talked about the tattered "dialogue for denuclearization", terming the DPRK's measures for bolstering up its nuclear force "provocation and ill-advised action" and the like.
     These are nothing but gangster-like remarks making profound confusing of right and wrong.
     The DPRK's nuclear force serves as a treasured sword of justice for putting a definite end to the U.S. nuclear threat and blackmail that have lasted for more than half a century and protecting not only the sovereignty and vital rights of the country but also peace and security in Northeast Asia and the rest of the world.
     The U.S. persistent labeling of the DPRK's measures for bolstering up the capability for self-defence as "threat" is nothing but a pretext for justifying its aggressive hostile policy towards the DPRK and strategy for dominating Asia.
     The U.S. is ridiculously trumpeting that the DPRK will "get great reward" in return for dismantling its nukes but it is a cynical ploy to disarm the DPRK and occupy the whole of the Korean peninsula and, furthermore, realize its wild dream for world domination.
    The U.S. undisguised hostile military actions and nuclear blackmail against the DPRK scrapped the keynote of the September 19 joint statement and deprived it of both legal ground and moral justification to talk about "fulfillment of its commitments."
    Well aware that it is impossible to bring the DPRK to its knees through economic pressure and military threats, the U.S. is scheming to "topple its social system," pulling up it over its "human rights issue", but it is a daydream.
    The U.S. and its vassal forces' desperate rackets to tighten sanctions against the DPRK and ratchet up the pressure upon it would only harden the will of its service persons and civilians to take revenge upon them.
     The DPRK will take powerful counteractions of its own style one after another and make the U.S. regret its reckless actions taken with its wrong judgment. -0-

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