S. Korean Youth and Students Denounce U.S. and Authorities’ Hostile Policy toward DPRK

Pyongyang, October 22 (KCNA) — Eleven youth and students organizations of south Korea including the Federation of University Students in the 21st Century and the Seoul Youth Network in a press conference outside the U.S. embassy in Seoul on Oct. 19 denounced the U.S.-south Korea combined naval drill and the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK and Trump’s planned visit to south Korea, according to the south Korean internet newspaper Jaju Sibo.

The press release termed the U.S.-south Korea combined naval drill with strategic weapons for preemptive attack involved a declaration of a war.
It called for withdrawing unilateral “policy hostile to the north” such as military pressure and economic sanctions on the north.
It noted that youth and students will take the lead in the struggle against Trump’s planned visit which will incite a war and force south Korea to import war weapons.

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