U.S. Advised to Draw Lesson from Defeat in Korean War

Pyongyang, June 25 (KCNA) — Cha Sang Bo, vice-chairman of the General Association of Koreans in China, issued a statement on June 23 on the lapse of 67 years since the U.S. imperialists ignited a war against the DPRK.

The statement said that the last Korean War was a great disaster to the Korean nation and the most unethical challenge as it hindered the independent development of the Korean nation and destroyed the world peace.
The war clearly showed the world that the U.S. is the mastermind of aggression and wars and the most shameless criminal state which makes no scruple of massacring the people, it said, and went on:
Far from drawing due lesson from their defeat in the Korean War, the U.S. imperialists have since made all sorts of reckless provocations and staged joint military exercises in south Korea every year, watching for a chance to ignite a second Korean war.
The U.S. should renounce the hostile policy towards the DPRK and pull out its troops from south Korea at once, clearly mindful that it will be totally ruined in case it ignites another war in Korea.
The south Korean authorities should no longer resort to such dangerous deeds as putting the life and safety of the nation at the war gambles of the aggressors, acting a shock brigade for the U.S. imperialists’ Asia-Pacific strategy, but stop all the military provocations they are staging with the U.S.
They should come to their senses and courageously take the road of improved north-south relations and peace and reunification of the country, in reliance on the nation.

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