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All Koreans Called upon to Support Songun Policy

Pyongyang, March 7 (KCNA) – Songun guarantees peace and independent reunification of Korea. Any Korean should positively support, defend and uphold the Songun policy, a great patriotic policy. Rodong Sinmun Tuesday says this in a signed article.

The Songun policy is a patriotic one as it helps meet the provocative challenge of the anti-reunification bellicose forces with arms of justice and firmly defend the peace of the country and the security of the nation, the article notes, and goes on:
The U.S. imperialists are watching for a chance to mount a military attack on the DPRK, while deliberately throwing obstacles to the six-party talks aimed to solve the nuclear issue between the DPRK and the U.S. through the persistent pursuance of their hostile policy towards it. The military stand-off and tension on the Korean Peninsula has reached an extreme phase and the dark clouds of a nuclear war are hanging low over the heads of the Koreans due to the reckless moves of the U.S. and its allies south Korean warmongers.

Even under this grave situation the moves of the aggressors to start a war are being checked and peace is preserved on the peninsula entirely because of the tremendous vitality of the Songun policy.

The Songun policy is replete with such ardent compatriotism as embracing and protecting all members of the nation irrespective of ideology, political view, religious faith, social classes and strata and it reflects a patriotic appeal calling on all Koreans to work for unity and reunification.

The era of independent reunification is one which started and advances thanks to the great Songun policy. Apart from this policy one could hardly think of the adoption of the June 15 joint declaration that put an end to the inter-Korean confrontation that lasted for more than half a century and opened the era of reunification and a stirring reality today when the nation is paving the way for independent reunification in the idea of “By our nation itself.”

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