Trump Should Have Understanding of DPRK: Minju Joson

Pyongyang, September 26 (KCNA) — There is a flurry of criticism on the Trump group within the U.S. as regards the fact that the DPRK nearly reached the stage of completing the state nuclear force despite the harsh sanctions and pressure of the hostile forces, says Minju Joson Tuesday in a commentary.

It goes on:
Trump, who only knows the trick of trade, should have a good grasp of his rival before countering the DPRK.
His group claimed that sanctions and pressure are needed to check the DPRK’s nuclear and missile program, but it brought results contrary to expectation.
The U.S. strategy for toughest sanctions and pressure compelled the DPRK to have a justification for bolstering up the nuclear force and speed up the bolstering of nuclear deterrent for self-defense.
In the long run, the U.S. is plunging into the deep-precipice of destruction due to its policy which was adopted without knowing its rival, but the DPRK is advancing toward the final victory faster.
The DPRK will dynamically advance along the road of implementing the line of simultaneously developing the two fronts and clearly show to hostile forces how it attains the goal of completing the state nuclear force.
The U.S. should give up its futile confrontation racket with the DPRK, mindful that it is quite impossible to check or stop its advance close to its victory.

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