Pyongyang, September 11 (KCNA) — Congolese and Cambodian media sneered at the U.S. floundering in the face of the might of the DPRK which is bolstering up its self-defensive military capabilities while resolutely foiling the unprecedented sanctions and pressure.
The Congolese news agency said in an article posted on its internet homepage September 2:
The U.S. does not find any countermeasure, upset by the continuous hard blows from the DPRK.
From an objective view, the outcome of the DPRK-U.S. nuclear confrontation has been already settled.
The Trump administration persists in the outdated policy towards the DPRK, instead of drawing a lesson from the strategic failures of the preceding American administrations.
The DPRK has consistently held fast to the line of simultaneously pushing forward the economic construction and the building of a nuclear force without any vacillation or deviation to cope with the U.S. unchanged scheme for aggression.
It is only the DPRK which has stood against the U.S. styling itself the “only superpower” of the world.
This fact indicates that the DPRK has made all military and technological preparations with pluck and grit.
The Cambodian State Radio reported on August 25 as follows:
Recently the nuclear confrontation between the DPRK and the U.S. has become an urgent problem in the global political arena.
The DPRK continuously develops diversified nuclear attack means at an astonishing speed, while the U.S. is getting nervous in its moves to hold this in check.
Citing detailed data to show it was none other than the U.S. which pushed the DPRK to have access to nukes, the radio further said:
The U.S. is in deep quagmire by the DPRK’s access to nukes and measures for bolstering up the nuclear force, though the former put strong pressure on the latter.
It would be a wise act for the U.S. to treat in a co-existence stand the DPRK which rapidly rose up as a nuclear power.
The DPRK proved that it has already possessed all nuclear equipment and means at the ultra-modern level and got even capability to practically strike the U.S. mainland.
The U.S. should think twice over its behavior.
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