Pyongyang, April 26 (KCNA) — Indiscriminate missile attack on Syrian air force base carried out by the U.S. was an undisguised act of aggression against the sovereign state, says Rodong Sinmun Wednesday in a commentary.
Lots of countries around the world are now calling for stern trial and severe punishment under international law as the U.S. missile attack on Syria evidently pertains to an act of aggression and war criminal act, the commentary says, and goes on:
By origin, objective and fair investigation should be made and those responsible be called to task based on undeniable evidence when a certain case breaks out.
But the U.S. groundlessly charged the Syrian government with the damage to civilians by chemical substances without clear evidence and unilaterally mounted the missile attack.
Washington has not yet presented any evidence.
It is only repeating stereotyped rhetoric while totally denying the demand of Syria and the international community for comprehensive investigation.
This has brought to light the U.S. nature as a harasser and disturber of peace as it brandishes at random the stick of strength against those countries that incur its displeasure after adopting aggression and war as its national policy.
The recent Syrian incident clearly proves the line of simultaneously developing the two fronts was the most just line and the DPRK was quite right when it opted for drastically bolstering its nuclear force.
The DPRK’s measure for bolstering nuclear deterrence is just and no one is entitled to fault it.
No matter how the international situation and the structure of relations around us may change, the DPRK will as ever continue to bolster in quantity and quality the nuclear deterrence for self-defence with the line of simultaneous development of the two fronts as its strategic line as long as the U.S. persists in its moves to do harm to the political ideology of the DPRK and bring down its social system, and will build without fail a socialist power envied by the world.
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