Pyongyang, January 26 (KCNA) — South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyong Hwa, at the recent U.S. organized meeting of foreign ministers of its allied forces in Canada to tighten the siege to the DPRK, pledged to “explore a way for dialogue for denuclearization of the north” while saying priority is the “solution of the nuclear issue”.
In her telephone talk with the U.S. state secretary earlier, she called for the “simultaneous promotion of the solution of the north’s nuclear issue”.
Minju Joson Friday in a commentary says this is an unpardonable shame to the nation.
What matters is that her remarks are not merely an expression of her individual opinion but the unchanged stand of the south Korean authorities not yet away from the concept of confrontation with the fellow countrymen, the commentary notes, and goes on:
The act of peddling the internal issue of the nation abroad will bring nothing.
Instead, that will offer outsiders seeking extreme escalation of tension on the Korean Peninsula a pretext to meddle in the internal issue of the nation.
The south Korean authorities should ponder over the undesirable results their improper attitude may bring, and approach the nation’s issue with their senses, though belatedly.
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