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Rodong Sinmun Slams S. Korean Unification Minister’s Paradox

Pyongyang, October 25 (KCNA) — The south Korean puppet minister of Unification claimed in his recent report at the “parliamentary inspection of the administration” that his ministry would “press ahead with the fundamental and peaceful tackling of the nuclear issue” as a “major party” to the issue of the Korean peninsula. Talking about “initiative to spell out proposal for peace” and “creation of environment for dialogue on denuclearization,” he impudently called for “inducing the north to sit on the negotiating table for dismantling its nukes” by slapping “tough sanctions and pressure” on it with the backing of the international community.

Terming the speech imprudent remarks, Rodong Sinmun Wednesday says in an article:
It seems that the south Korean puppet authorities are unaware of where they are standing.
The puppet regime has neither qualifications nor capacity to talk about “party to the issue of the Korean peninsula.”
No matter what those of the Unification Ministry may spout to facelift their poor image and create an impression that it would do something significant, it will get them nowhere.
They are keeping mum about their American master’s hysteric behavior of categorically denying the sovereignty and rights to existence and development of the fellow countrymen in the north. Only to make matters worse, they support it, faulting the nuclear deterrent of the DPRK, the treasured sword for preserving the security of the nation and peace, and getting desperate to eliminate it.
This is just an act of treachery of those who lost their sense of national independence, bereft of reason.
Their attempt to realize the “dialogue for denuclearization” through tougher “sanctions and pressure” is just a wild dream.

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