Rodong Sinmun Ridicules S. Korean Authorities for Begging for “Cooperation over Nuclear Issue of North”

Pyongyang, November 1 (KCNA) — The south Korean puppet authorities are getting ever more frantic in begging outsiders for “cooperation over the nuclear issue of the north”.

When Kang Kyong Hwa, puppet foreign minister, made trips to some European countries, she begged for “concerted sanctions and pressure” of the international community to lead someone to a “negotiation for denuclearization”. Earlier, when meeting with an official of the Japanese Foreign Ministry in Seoul, she prattled that it was important for south Korea, U.S. and Japan to “coordinately cooperate” over the “nuclear issue of the north”.
Meanwhile, the puppet Minister of Unification Jo Myong Gyun showed up at various international conferences where he begged for tougher anti-DPRK sanctions and pressure, trumpeting about “a problem concerned about by the whole world” and “close international cooperation”. He also called for “response to the efforts of the international community” and “a proper choice”.
This is no more than last-ditch efforts of mad dogs obeying the U.S. fear-stricken by the DPRK which is about to round off the state nuclear force, says Rodong Sinmun Wednesday in a commentary.
The south Korean puppet forces, carried away with pro-U.S. sycophancy and engrossed in confrontation with the fellow countrymen, are trying to subdue the DPRK through the intensified cooperation with the outsiders in sanctions and pressure, which sounds like nothing but a pipedream wishing sea water would dry out, says the commentary, adding:
If they continue to run amuck, unaware of where is a way for ensuring peace and security of the Korean peninsula and of what is the fundamental interest of the nation, they will get nothing but a disgrace of being called modern-day five traitors of 1905.
The present south Korean ruling forces should not act rashly if they do not want to meet the same as the miserable fate of Park Geun Hye who ran wild in the standoff with the north in alliance with outsiders.

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