Sunday, July 03, 2016

Spokesman for Committee for Peaceful Reunification Urges U.S. to Make Right Option

Medium long-range strategic ballistic rocket Hwasong-10 that shot up to space strikingly demonstrating the tremendous defence capabilities of the DPRK is sparking quite a stir among the world public.
    However, the U.S. steeped in the bad blood toward the DPRK to the marrow of its bones, branded this event as "a violation of UN resolutions" and "serious provocation against peace" with which the Japanese reactionaries and other riff-raffs chimed. The ill-natured Park Geun Hye group also has gone mischievous while making a shrill cry, far from being pleased with the great auspicious event of the nation which the world looked up to with admiration.
    The Park group keeps beating the worn-out drum of sanctions and pressure and even spouts a flurry of senseless rubbish that "the north will face isolation and self-destruction" even though it clearly watches the spirit of the compatriots in the north mounting enough to beat anyone.
    A spokesman for the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country of the DPRK in a statement Thursday said that the DPRK is a nuclear weapons state equipped with smaller, lighter and diversified nuclear warheads and a full-fledged military power equipped with even Korean-style medium long-range strategic ballistic rocket regardless of whether others recognize them or not. The statement went on:
    The U.S. and the puppet group should not forget even a moment that the more desperately they resort to such ridiculous farce as sanctions and pressure, the more accurately the ultra-modern strike means of Juche are aiming at them.
    We have already sent ultimatum more than once that we are ready for both dialogue and confrontation.
    The U.S. would be well advised to properly face up to the strategic position of the DPRK that has undergone a dramatic change and the essence of the changed situation and make a wise choice before it is too late.
    The south Korean authorities had better listen carefully to the DPRK's advice that if they fail to hold the hand of good faith reached out by the DPRK to rewrite the history of reunification while calling the south a companion in reunifying the country and shaping the destiny of the nation, not asking about the past, they will miss the last opportunity of their survival.

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