Wednesday, September 20, 2017

S. Korea's Support for "Resolution on Sanctions" against DPRK under Fire

Pyongyang, September 14 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the Consultative Council for National Reconciliation Thursday released a statement denouncing the south Korean puppet authorities for disgusting behaviour talking about "support" and "welcome" of the UNSC "resolution on sanctions" 2375 cooked up by the U.S. and its vassal forces.
Those of Chongwadae claimed "escalating of sanctions" and "a new lock" and those of south Korean puppet Foreign Ministry released a poor "government statement" which said "it was the reiteration of the strong will not to allow the nuclear development of the north" and that "the north should seriously heed the warning of the international community".
Meanwhile, the south Korean authorities urged all the ministries and agencies to say in the same tone as the UN "resolution on sanctions", calling for tightening the "pressure on the north" by taking various diplomatic measures and providing a "bill for tougher independent sanctions".
The statement branded those behaviours as strange ones made by those fools running amuck failing to foresee their future.
They can never be pardoned as they hailed in the van the UN "resolution on sanctions" which gravely hurt and insulted the independent dignity of the DPRK and ran amuck in confrontation campaign talking about a "bill for independent sanctions", the statement noted, and went on:
We keep tabs on all the improper behaviours of the present south Korean authorities and we will force them to pay dearly for all the crimes.
They should remember our warning that if they persistently resort to the reckless moves of "sanctions" and "pressure", they would lose an opportunity for dealing with the north forever and everything would finish in a moment.
They should not forget even a moment that the warning of the DPRK will bring practical action.

They would be well advised to think twice about the catastrophic consequences from their disgraceful behaviours.

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