Indonesians Urge Repeal of U.S. Hostile Policy toward DPRK

Pyongyang, October 1 (KCNA) — Personages of Indonesia on September 26 issued statements in denunciation of the hysteric remarks of the U.S. chief executive calling for “total destruction” of the DPRK and its people, an unprecedented declaration of war.

Ristiyanto, general secretary of the National Guidance Council of the Pioneer Party of Indonesia, said:
Trump, in his maiden address at the UN General Assembly, blared that he would “totally destroy” the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
His reckless remarks at a time when the tension of the Korean peninsula reached to its maximum are an intensive expression of the U.S. deep-rooted hostile policy toward the DPRK.
We express firm solidarity with the just struggle of the Korean people to defend their country’s sovereignty and right to existence.
The manager of Millennia Armada Express Co. of Indonesia said that the invective of Trump, devoid of elementary diplomatic usage, stunned the world and enraged the Korean people and the world’s progressive mankind.
Trump’s violent remarks at the world’s largest official diplomatic forum cannot be interpreted otherwise than inhuman declaration of war, the manager said, adding:
The U.S. should ponder over the catastrophic consequences to be entailed by its reckless military moves to stifle the DPRK and should withdraw its anachronistic hostile policy.

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