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Minju Joson Stresses Need to Check U.S. Highhanded and Arbitrary Practices

Pyongyang, January 30 (KCNA) — Days ago, the U.S. Department of State reportedly held a phone press conference to force African countries to join in the sanctions against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea. Acting under-secretary for African affairs, deputy special representative for DPRK policy and other riffraff of the State Department urged African nations to sever diplomatic relations with Pyongyang and expel citizens of the DPRK.

This is an illegal violation of a sovereign state’s sovereignty and rights to existence and development, Minju Joson Tuesday says in a commentary.
Stressing that the international community should call to task the U.S. moves to stifle the DPRK with nukes, the commentary goes on:
Now the U.S., that spawned the nuclear issue of the Korean Peninsula, sits in the court of justice, not in the dock, to make up sentences. Meanwhile, not a few countries follow the U.S., and even the Unites Nations blindly joins in the unreasonable U.S. sanctions and pressure against its member nation, aimed at depriving it of the sovereignty and rights to existence and development.
Such abnormal practices can be often seen in international arena, to say nothing of the Korean Peninsula issue.
After all, the U.S. runs amuck like a rabid dog.
If its reckless acts are allowed, the U.S. will continue to break the international justice and foundation of the international relations and this will bring graver consequences.

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