Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Major Variable of Situation on Korean Peninsula Depends on U.S.: KCNA Commentary

The U.S. nuclear-powered submarine Mississippi entered Pusan Port of south Korea on June 13.
    The U.S. undisguised preparations in its mainland for the "operation of precision air strike" at the DPRK's nuclear facilities and nuclear force are timed to coincide with the introduction of two U.S. nuclear aircraft carriers in the waters of Asia-Pacific near the Korean peninsula. This pushes the already instable situation on the peninsula to more uncontrollable phase.
    The input of various U.S. strategic assets into the peninsula is a grave challenge to the security of the DPRK and peace of the region.
    Peaceful circumstances are more precious than anything else for the DPRK as it makes a general offensive to attain a high goal of building a socialist power.
    But the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK and moves pursuant to it aimed to stifle the DPRK politically and militarily and isolate its economy have now reached a grave phase that can no longer be overlooked.
    Despite such situation the U.S. politicaldom including White House is making such rubbish that "the change of the U.S. administration's DPRK policy depends on the change of north Korea".
    How can tension be defused and stability ensured on the Korean peninsula by unilateral efforts of the one side when the U.S. keeps introducing strategic means?
    The U.S. made very hasty and strategically wrong decision this time, too.
    The evil cycle of tensions persisting in the Korean peninsula is entirely attributable to the U.S. perverted view.
    The U.S. has refused to recognize the ideology and social system in the DPRK and posed unrelenting nuclear threats to it after designating it as a target of preemptive nuclear strike. To resolutely counter it is a clear exercise of the DPRK's right to self-defence to protect the security and peace of the country.
    Peace, most valuable for the country and nation, can be protected and guaranteed only when one's own strength is built up and one's own efforts are exerted. This is the truth taught by the present grave situation.
    The DPRK is ready both for dialogue and physical step.
    The major variable of the situation on the Korean peninsula depends on what attitude the U.S. will take. 

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