U.S. Chief Executive’s Anti-DPRK Remarks Censured Abroad

Pyongyang, October 12 (KCNA) — Rallies, Roundtable talks and lecture meetings took place in Guinea, Nigeria and Russia from September 25 to 30 to reject the reckless remarks of the U.S. chief executive calling for “total destruction” of the DPRK.

The chairman of the Guinean Society for the Study of the Juche Literary Idea said in a speech that Trump’s talk about the total destruction of the DPRK shed light to the height of infamy of the U.S., adding:
The war maniac fond of playing with fire like Trump should be tamed only with fire.
Trump should get back to his senses and roll back the hostile policy toward the DPRK and withdraw the U.S. aggression forces from south Korea.
The chairman of the Guinea-Korea Friendship Association said that the invective of Trump is arousing strong rebuff and criticism from the peace-loving progressives, stating that if Trump ignites a new war against the DPRK, it will end in the ruin of the U.S., empire of evil.
The secretary of the Khabarovsk Territorial Committee of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and other figures termed the reckless remarks of Trump an open revelation of the wolfish nature to hold hegemony seized by “America first”. And they stressed that the world community came to clearly and again know who is responsible for escalating tension on Korean peninsula through his outbursts.
They warned that Trump would have to pay a high price unless he refuses to apologize to Korean people for his remarks.

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