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S. Korea’s “Diplomacy with Four Neighboring Powers” under Fire

Pyongyang, November 10 (KCNA) — Leading newspapers of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Friday carry an article denouncing the south Korean authorities’ policy of dependence on outsiders.

Rodong Sinmun says:
Now the south Korean authorities call for “diplomacy with four neighboring powers” to boost “cooperation in settling the north’s nuclear issue” and “alliance” and push ahead with renegotiation for FTA and solution of the issue on sharing the expenses for the upkeep of the GIs forces with the U.S. and settle friction over the issue of history and direct efforts to developing the forward-looking ties with Japan.
It goes without saying that all this is treacherous crimes of deepening the outsiders’ domination and subordination of south Korea and strengthening cooperation with the U.S. and Japan masters in confrontation with the DPRK.
The south Korean authorities claim that they would reduce friction and discord with China over the THAAD deployment and boost cooperation with Russia. But their major goal is to establish the relations of cooperation for “settlement of the nuclear issue of the north”.
As shown above, their call for “diplomacy with four powers” is a revelation of the wicked scheme to realize the sinister ambition for “settlement of the nuclear issue of the north” by increasing the cooperation for sanctions and pressure on the DPRK together with the U.S. and Japan and other neighboring countries as the Park Geun Hye group did and finally hurt the dignified socialist system of the DPRK.
Such foolish flunkeyist and traitorous “diplomacy” will surely come to failure.
Minju Joson says that the present south Korean ruling quarters’ foreign policy can never be recognized by the international community and its bankruptcy is inevitable as long as they remain colonial servant of the U.S. and do not give up the wild ambition for confrontation with the fellow countrymen.

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