Pyongyang, July 31 (KCNA) — The south Korean authorities recently announced the “five-year program of state administration” and referred to their “strategy on the north”.
They claim that they would produce an “agreement on the north’s dismantlement of nuclear weapons” until 2020 according to the “strategy” and are busy mapping out “roadmap for establishing peace-keeping mechanism”.
Commenting on the fact, Rodong Sinmun says in a commentary Monday:
The south Korean authorities’ “strategy on the north” is, in essence, a heinous confrontation scenario for intensifying the anti-DPRK campaign over the “nuclear and human rights issues”.
It is an unpardonable deed to remove the DPRK’s nuclear deterrent for self-defence, pursuant to the U.S. scheme, and realize their pipedream for “unification of social systems”.
Their behavior is an anti-reunification act little different from the crimes committed by the Lee Myung Bak and Park Geun Hye groups of traitors who desperately pursued north-south confrontation.
The south Korean authorities would be well advised to behave themselves, lending their ears to the just demand of the DPRK and voices of the candlelight demonstrators.
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