Pyongyang, September 21 (KCNA) — In the wake of the DPRK’s successful ICBM-ready H-bomb test, the international community contends that the DPRK should be recognized as a nuclear weapons state, while south Koreans are vocal in denouncing the authorities’ failure of “north policy”.
However, the south Korean authorities, failing to see such trend of the world, distort the reality and spread such sophism as “simultaneously pushing ahead with settlement of the nuclear issue of the north and improvement of inter-Korean relations”, persistently taking issue with the DPRK’s measures for bolstering its nuclear force.
In this regard, Rodong Sinmun Thursday says in an article:
Over the DPRK’s H-bomb test, the south Korean chief executive hastily had phone talks with the U.S. and Japanese masters and busied himself with additional deployment of THAAD launching pads. Meanwhile, he cried for consistent maintaining the “simultaneous pushing of the settlement of the nuclear issue of the north and improvement of north-south relations”. It is a foolish behavior to build up the opinion on the “nuclear issue of the north” while denying the position of the DPRK as a nuclear weapons state, and save the south Korean regime’s face and escalate the campaign of sanctions on the DPRK in collusion with outside forces.
The “settlement of the north’s nuclear issue” much touted by the south Korean puppet regime is, in essence, to disarm the DPRK in conspiracy with the U.S. master and realize the ambition for invasion of the north, and this can never go together with improvement of the inter-Korean relations. They seek to hurt the fellow countrymen in collusion with outsiders under the signboard of “settlement of the nuclear issue” while talking about “improvement of the inter-Korean relations”. This is self-contradictory and it is very clear that there is nothing to expect.
The “simultaneous pushing of the settlement of the nuclear issue of the north and the improvement of inter-Korean relations” is a nonsensical talk of those obsessed with a foolish daydream.
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