Thursday, 18 June 2020

ASSPUK, BGSJI, UK KFA and BSCPRKP slam EU interference in the DPRK's affairs

London 18th June Juche 109(2020)
 The Association for the Study of Songun Politics UK(ASSPUK), the British Group for the Study of the Juche Idea (BGSJI) , UK Korean Friendship Association (UK KFA ) and the British Solidarity Committee for Peace and Reunification on the Korean Peninsula(BSCPRKP)issued the following joint statement in support of the Kim Son Gyong, vice-minister for European Affairs of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea(DPRK);
   As if the European Union (EU)  did not have anything better to do  , it managed to take issue with the just measure of demolishing the inter-Korean liaison office . A high official of or Foreign Affairs & Security Policy office of the EU claiming that the DPRK could raise tension by doing this and mouthing platitudes about 'lasting peace and security on the Korean peninsula, free of nuclear weapons at the earliest possible time.' If the EU is so interested in the denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula why doesn't say anything about the US nuclear threat to the DPRK.
  As comrade Kim Son Gyong ,vice minister for European Affairs of the DPRK Foreign Ministry says
"It is only deplorable that the EU, being ignorant of the fundamental reasons behind the current breakdown of the inter-Korean relations, is reeling off only unreasonable and trite remarks such as "building trust" and "lasting peace" on the Korean peninsula.
How can it dare to let out such words without even knowing about the intensity of rage incurred by hurting the mental core of our people?".
  There is no need for the EU or anyone else to worry about the DPRK's action as it was carried out on the soil of the DPRK.
  The EU's attitude to the DPRK smacks of unfairness , double standards and the usual hypocrisy .
 The EU which is in a mess and beset with internal contradictions should not try to interfere in the affairs of the DPRK .
 If the EU really values good relations with the DPRK it should not take the side of the US and south Korea against the DPRK but pursue an independent policy.


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