Pyongyang, June 27 (KCNA) — Yun Pyong Se, puppet minister of Foreign Affairs of south Korea, recently branded south Korea’s act of begging outsiders for cooperation for pressurizing the DPRK as “diplomacy like going to tiger’s den.” It means that south Korea achieved successes by conducting “diplomacy for pressurizing the north” with “close countries of the north” on the “stand of going to the den of tiger.”
Rodong Sinmun Monday says in an article in this regard:
The “diplomacy like going to tiger’s den” is the dirty product of the traitorous “diplomacy for pressurizing the north” by the south Korean puppet authorities aimed to escalate political and military pressure and economic “sanctions” on the DPRK and implement the wild ambition for stifling it in collusion with outsiders.
Their “diplomacy like going to tiger’s den” is the needless act of the under-wits running amuck failing to understand how the world goes around.
These days the public in south Korea and international community are of the view that anti-DPRK “sanctions” by the U.S. and its allied forces are ineffective.
There is a saying “harm set, harm get.” The south Korean authorities’ “diplomacy for pressurizing the north” drives themselves into the tight corner and mayhem.
The puppet forces are snubbed and are given cold shoulder everywhere they go.
It is too natural that the puppet forces bereft of self-respect of the nation suffer disgrace and insult while wandering here and there to hurt the fellow countrymen in the north, lost to shame.
The puppet forces should bear in mind that they would suffer bitterer shame and external isolation and ruin if they continuously cling to outsiders’ apron strings, while failing to know where they stand being obsessed with confrontation with the fellow countrymen in the north.
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