Pyongyang, January 27 (KCNA) — South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyong Hwa let out a load of rubbish at the recent foreign ministers’ meeting sponsored by the U.S. in Canada to tighten the siege to the DPRK.
She said that they would “explore a way for denuclearization dialogue,” asserting that the “settlement of the nuclear issue” should be done before anything else. At an earlier phone conversation with the U.S. secretary of State, she talked about “simultaneous acceleration of the settlement of the nuclear issue of the north.”
Commenting on this, Minju Joson Saturday says:
What Kang uttered only revealed the sinister design of the south Korean regime to actively join in the U.S.-led cooperation for stifling the DPRK.
It is just a disgrace to the Korean nation and an act of treachery that Kang betrayed the wild ambition for stifling the compatriots in the north, hyping the internal issue of the nation in a foreign country.
It is a lesson taught by history that foreign interference makes the settlement of the nation’s issue more complicate and difficult.
The south Korean authorities should think twice about awful results to be caused by their ugly behavior. They should approach the settlement of the nation’s issue with reason, though belatedly.
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