Pyongyang, November 20 (KCNA) — Today the Korean peninsula remains the most dangerous hot spot that poses a grave threat to international peace and security, says Rodong Sinmun in a by-lined article today.
The paper underscores the need to remove the danger of war from this region.
The peninsula remains the most dangerous hot spot and is plagued with the most sensitive situation in the world, it says, and attributes this to the United States.
It goes on:
The U.S. focuses on Asia in its world strategy under the changed international circumstances and considers the peninsula the main frontline tin view of the geo-political, military strategical importance of the peninsula. As a result, the peninsula remains the main frontline for the realization of the U.S. reactionary world strategy based on the policy of strength. The U.S. has the unprecedented-in-scope aggression forces in and around South Korea.
The increasing U.S. led war maneuvers lead to the growing danger of war and escalating tensions in the peninsula.
In particular, the tightened U.S.-Japan-South Korea triangular military alliance called NATO of Asian version is one of the factors in having reduced the peninsula into the most dangerous hot spot.
The danger of war in the peninsula poses a grave threat to peace and security in Asia and the rest of the world.
The best way of removing the danger of war on the peninsula is the U.S. troop pullout from South Korea, discontinuation of all war maneuvers and establishment of a new peace-keeping mechanism.
All people who want world peace and security should bitterly denounce the U.S. for their moves to provoke another Korean War.
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