U.S. Should Try to Find Way of Coexisting with Nuclear Power DPRK: Minju Joson

Pyongyang, January 9 (KCNA) — As the world public fairly suggests, it is trend of history that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has rapidly emerged a new strategic state and its strategic position is becoming an unchallenged one no force can deny, comments Minju Joson Tuesday.

The commentary says:
As the DPRK has had access to the strongest war deterrent, paying dearly for it despite difficulties and ordeals of every description, the U.S. cannot dare start a war against the DPRK and the reckless action of the U.S. will lead to ruin.
The U.S. is now in a position that it can not but put up with the logic that it has no choice but to coexist with the DPRK peacefully whether the U.S. likes it or not.
The U.S. is fated to coexist with the DPRK, the world nuclear and military power.
This is the unanimous view and assertion of the world public.
The U.S. should properly choose between the two things: whether it would continue military standoff with the DPRK to meet its end or peacefully coexist with the DPRK.
It would be a wise option for the U.S. to take proper steps, properly understanding the reality with reason.
The U.S. would be well advised not to accelerate its self-destruction through the reckless actions but to work hard to find a way to co-exist with the DPRK, the fully-fledged nuclear power.

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