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S. Korean Authorities Hit for Joining U.S. in Its Attempt to Invade DPRK

Pyongyang, March 26 (KCNA) — For the south Korean authorities to join the U.S. in its attempt to invade the DPRK to do harm to their fellow countrymen is a perfidy to the June 15 joint declaration which calls for achieving the independent and peaceful reunification of the country with the concerted efforts of the Korean nation and a treacherous act of shaking the inter-Korean relations to their very foundation.

A spokesman for the North Side’s Preparatory Committee for the Implementation of the June 15 Joint Declaration said this in a statement on Saturday.
The United States and the south Korean warhawks have staged the RSOI and “Foal Eagle” exercises, the joint military exercises against the DPRK, in south Korea with huge armed forces for aggression, which is an unpardonable crime against the nation and peace as it will worsen the inter-Korean relations and block the implementation of the June 15 joint declaration, he said, and went on: .

The prevailing situation clearly proves once again that the U.S. advertisements about “dialogue”, “respect for sovereignty” and the like are nothing but a sheer lie to deceive the public opinion at home and abroad and the U.S. is a wrecker of peace and security on the Korean Peninsula, a heinous enemy of reunification and the chieftain of aggression and war. .

Our army and people, convinced that peace is guaranteed only by arms, are fully ready to respond to preemptive attack with preemptive strike, a nuclear war with nuclear deterrent. .

The U.S. imperialists and the south Korean warhawks should not act rashly but stop at once their reckless moves for a war against the DPRK, clearly seeing the strong spirit and will of our army and people to annihilate the enemy to the last.
The south Korean authorities should make clear their stand toward reconciliation or confrontation, peace or war. .

The prospect of the inter-Korean relations entirely depends on the attitude of the south Korean authorities.

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