U.S. urged to withdraw aggressive war plan

Pyongyang, December 9 (KCNA) — Savid Bacchus, chairman of the Guyana Committee for Support of Korea’s Reunification, sent a letter of protest to the U.S. congress on Dec. 2 accusing the U.S. of its war confab against the DPRK.

The U.S. openly announced the number of its aggression forces which will be hurled into the Korean peninsula in an emergency and delivered an ultimatum-like outburst that the DPRK should choose between “cooperation” and “confrontation”, the letter said, and went on:

This clearly shows that the U.S. aggressive ambition to stifle the DPRK by force of arms will never change although the U.S. has talked about “high-level talks” for “improving relations” with the DPRK at the DPRK-U.S. talks as if it had an interest in “peace” and “stability” of the Korean peninsula.

It should immediately withdraw its plan for war of aggression on the DPRK and bear the legal responsibility for spraying defoliant over areas along the demilitarized zone of Korea, in wanton violation of the international law.

If the U.S. wants peace and reunification on the Korean peninsula, it should take a practical measure helpful to peace and reunification, not war of aggression.

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