U.S. Interference in Other Countries’ Internal Affairs Slammed

Pyongyang, August 28 (KCNA) — The Brazilian, Chilean, Mexican and Peruvian branches of the Korean Friendship Association issued a joint statement on Aug. 19 denouncing the U.S. vice-president for asking some Latin American countries to cut their diplomatic relations with the DPRK.

The statement disclosed the fact that the U.S. vice-president, while touring Chile, demanded Brazil, Mexico, Chile and Peru sever the diplomatic relations with the DPRK, and branded his act as interference in their internal affairs.
It strongly denounced the U.S. vice-president, noting that the U.S. is leaving no means untried to isolate and stifle the DPRK, trying to render the people of other countries dependent on the U.S. and fully revealing its true colors of ignoring human ideal.
It extended invariable support and solidarity to the just cause of the Korean people who are winning victories under the wise guidance of respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, calling upon the independent countries of Latin America having diplomatic ties with the DPRK to further develop friendship and exchange.

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