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Minju Joson Derides S. Korean Regime Keen on Eliciting International Sanctions and Pressure on DPRK

Pyongyang, October 31 (KCNA) — The south Korean puppet Foreign Ministry and Unification Ministry are busy with their efforts to realize international cooperation for sanctions and pressure on the DPRK.

The puppet forces held “consultative meeting of chief delegates to the six-party talks” and “consultative meeting of vice foreign ministers” together with the American and Japanese masters in Seoul. They also sent puppet Foreign Minister Kang Kyong Hwa to Europe to let her beg for “cooperation over nuclear issue of the north”. The puppet Unification Minister Jo Myong Gyun, too, made his appearance at international conferences in Seoul where he became vocal about the “nuclear issue of the north” and asked countries of the world to actively come out to put sanctions and pressure on the DPRK.
He even went so impudent as to call for “option of right path” and “offer of bright future”.
Commenting on this, Minju Joson Tuesday terms this a despicable begging of those seized by sycophantic treachery as this is a foolish trick to revive the already defunct six-party talks.
The puppet forces’ clumsy farce for international sanctions and pressure on the DPRK is last-ditch efforts of the U.S.-reared rabid dogs afraid of the might of the DPRK which built the state nuclear force which has reached the final stage of completion, the commentary notes, and goes on:
Those who run reckless while staking their fate on sycophantic treachery, being unaware of what guarantees peace and security of the Korean peninsula and where lie the fundamental interests of the nation, will only get nothing but the ill fame of modern-day “five traitors of 1905”.
The ministers and vice-ministers of those ministries of south Korea should behave with discretion if they do not want to face the same miserable fate as Yun Pyong Se and Hong Yong Phyo who were pushed into the cesspool together with traitor Park Geun Hye while getting keen on sanctions and pressure on the DPRK.

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