Pyongyang, January 26 (KCNA) — Polish and Nigerian Organizations hailed the successful first H-bomb test of Juche Korea.
The Polish Branch of the Korean Friendship Association said in a statement on Jan. 9 extended warm congratulations to the government and people of the DPRK on their successful H-bomb test.
It went on:
The DPRK was compelled to have no choice but to opt for developing its nuclear program in order to safeguard it from the U.S. persistent nuclear threat and blackmail.
For the DPRK, to dismantle its nuclear weapons is just like to drop a hunting gun before a pack of hungry wolves as it has been exposed to the U.S. constant nuclear threat.
The Nigerian National Committee for the Study of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism said in an article posted on its website on Jan. 7:
The DPRK’s H-bomb test was a self-defensive measure for thoroughly safeguarding the country’s sovereignty and national right to existence from the daily increasing nuclear threat and blackmail of the U.S.-led hostile forces and reliably ensuring peace in the Korean Peninsula and regional security.
The DPRK clarified that as a responsible nuclear weapons state it would neither be the first to use nuclear weapons nor transfer relevant means and technology under any circumstances as already declared as long as the hostile forces for aggression do not encroach upon its sovereignty.
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