Pyongyang, November 27 (KCNA) — An “examination commission for anti-ballistic missile test” of the U.S. Defense Department reportedly submitted a “report on the national missile defense plan” to the congress recently.
Meanwhile, the commander-in-chief of the U.S. forces in the pacific called for establishing a new “missile network” in the pacific and bringing South Korea and Japan into it, raising a hue and cry over “missile threat” from the DPRK.
Blasting this, Rodong Sinmun today in a signed commentary observes:
The U.S. talk about “missile threat” from the DPRK is aimed to strengthen its military strategic position in the region and realize its desire to stifle the DPRK militarily.
The dangerous goal of the U.S. moves to establish the “National Missile Defense” system and “regional missile network” is not just to stifle the DPRK but to lay a springboard from which to execute its strategy for world domination by the same method.
By establishing the “National Missile Defense” system and a new “missile network” in the northeast Asia, the U.S. seeks to contain big powers in the area with a military and strategic edge and realize its desire for unchallenged domination over the Asia-Pacific region.
The international situation remains unstable and unexpected complex problems surfaced and national sovereignty of not a few countries is threatened owing to the U.S. moves for world domination.
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