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R.S. on moves to put “Guidelines for Japan-U.S. Defence Cooperation” into effect

Pyongyang, January 14 (KCNA) — Rodong Sinmun today runs a commentary denouncing the aggressive nature of an interim report on the bill to put the new “Guidelines for Japan-U.S. Defence Cooperation” into effect.

What draws a serious attention in the report is the decision to hasten the “emergency legislative arrangements” to cope with an event of contingency on the Korean Peninsula and around Japan in preference to those on “Emergency in Japan”, the news analyst says, and goes on:
It is not good that Japan is trying to hasten the legislative arrangements under the pretext of “emergency”.
It is all the more ill-boding to offer preference to the “legislative arrangements” to cope with the “emergency” on the Korean Peninsula and around Japan.
Japan is now more interested in the “security” and “situation” around itself than in the security at home.
Its ulterior intention is to step up the “legislative arrangements on the emergency” around it and push ahead with overseas aggression on a large scale.
The “legislative arrangements on the emergency” around Japan are designed mainly to stage a comeback to Korea.
The target of the new “guidelines” is “the emergency” on the Korean Peninsula. The Japanese reactionaries are now stepping up “legislative arrangements on the emergency” around Japan, crying for “a joint counter-measure” with the U.S. “in case of emergency” on the Korean Peninsula.
Japan will get nothing from it, but misfortune.

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