Pyongyang, September 22 (KCNA) — Minju Joson today accuses the South Korean chief executive of trying to intensify the anti-DPRK campaign with the help of his U.S. and Japanese masters in the wake of the satellite launch in the DPRK.
The news analyst says:
Some days ago, the chief executive of South Korea called for “strengthening the forces of security in close cooperation with Japan as well as the United States.” He told the former U.S. secretary of State that U.S.-South Korea “cooperation” against the DPRK was necessary after the DPRK launched an artificial earth satellite.
This is a rash act that can be done only by those who are obsessed with anti-communism and confrontation.
The satellite was launched in the DPRK for peaceful purposes — development of science and technology — as intended and planned by the DPRK government for space exploration.
The South Korean authorities, however, spread false rumours about “threat” posed by the satellite launch of the DPRK. This is aimed at advertising the necessity of “security cooperation” with their U.S. and Japanese masters and hurting and stifling the DPRK.
Far from praising and hailing as fellow countrymen the DPRK’s success in science and technology of which the entire nation is proud, they are slandering it and abusing it for their sinister purposes. This can never be tolerated.
They do not need to be afraid of and feel uneasy at the amazing success of the DPRK, which has become one of the not many nations that possess artificial satellites.
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