Pyongyang, September 16 (KCNA) — The south Korean chief executive, at a recent international meeting held abroad, begged representatives of different countries for “escalating sanctions” on the DPRK. He sent a “video message” to the “2017 Seoul Security Dialogue”, which called for those participating countries to show “care and support” for the “sanctions against the north”, claiming that “provocation” by the north poses the biggest threat to Northeast Asia.
Meanwhile, the puppet foreign minister and other yes men are getting busy with mendicant diplomacy for “tightened sanctions” like the chief executive.
Rodong Sinmun in a commentary brands the reckless moves of the south Korean authorities as last-ditch efforts of those frightened by the thunder of H-bomb and unpardonable treachery to stifle the compatriots in the north with help of outside forces.
Saying that the bad habit of the south Korean authorities obsessed with dependence on outsiders and confrontation with compatriots remain unchanged, the commentary goes on:
They are vociferating about “toughest sanctions against the north” according to the scenario of the U.S.
They are fools as they do not know what the precious wealth of the nation is, who the principal enemy of the nation is and where the guarantee for peace of the Korean peninsula and prosperity of the nation lies.
What awaits for the traitors keen on sycophancy toward outsiders and confrontation with compatriots will be bitter regret and miserable end.
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