Pyongyang, October 28 (KCNA) — The spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK gave an answer to a question put by KCNA today as regards the issue of implementing a peace accord in Democratic Congo.
Nearly four months have passed since the adoption of the peace accord in Democratic Congo. But this accord has hardly been implemented owing to moves of some forces who dislike peace, stability and unity in the African continent, the spokesman said, and continued:
Of course, the non-implementation of this accord is partly ascribable to the fact that interests of parties concerned are fundamentally different from each other. But, this is chiefly attributable to outsiders’ continued interference in disputes.
Particularly, the United States is further complicating the issue of implementing the peace accord. Although it is loud-mouthed about “prompt implementation of the accord,” it is seeking an ill-intentioned purpose.
In order to tide over such difficulties, a foreign ministerial meeting of African nations was held in Lusaka of Zambia on October 15. At the meeting, practical measures were discussed to make haste with implementing the peace accord in Democratic Congo under the sponsorship of the organisation of African unity and enhance the function of the cease-fire observation team.
As shown by the Lusaka foreign ministerial meeting, the present difficulties can be surmounted when all parties concerned make sincere efforts for a practical solution to disputes.
We think that, as the African nations are wholly responsible for continental issues, the master key to their solution is for all of them to unite and reject the neo-colonial intervention of the west.
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