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Minju Joson Accuses S. Korean Foreign Minister’s Anti-DPRK Remarks

Pyongyang, June 16 (KCNA) — Yun Pyong Se, south Korean minister of Foreign Affairs, in his recent public appearance before his foreign trip said that “north’s denuclearization is a top priority” and “sanctions against the north have to last long.” He went the lengths of crying out for continuing “sanctions” against the DPRK till they “prove efficacious” while describing them as an “powerful medicine.”

During his foreign tour he spouted inveterate confrontation remarks.
Minju Joson Thursday observes in a commentary in this regard:
He is an ill-famed confrontation maniac steeped in extreme hatred against the fellow countrymen to the marrow of his bones and a mentally deranged making desperate efforts to turn the international arena into a theater of inciting confrontation with the DPRK while persistently taking issue with its “human rights issue” and “nuclear and missile threat”, pursuant to the policy of his American master.
His invectives are a vivid manifestation of the consciousness of defeat of the south Korean puppet group who now finds itself strategically inferior in face of the DPRK’s boosting of nuclear force.
The puppet forces are now caught in extreme fear in face of the strong might of the DPRK capable of not only shattering the scheme they have sought with their American master to stifle it but also putting an end to their existence in no time.
They are talking volumes about the “north’s dismantlement of nukes” without any measure and making solicitations to attain their sinister purpose, just like a drowning man catching at a straw.
Park Geun Hye and her group are making desperate efforts to stifle the DPRK and realize the daydream of “unification of social systems” at any cost by clinging to the coattails of outsiders.
Yun Pyong Se is playing a key role in the “diplomatic offensive.”
It is a daydream for such betes noires as Yun to think about browbeating the DPRK with the above-said remarks and sordid solicitations.

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