S. Korean Body Slams U.S. Moves for Stifling DPRK

Pyongyang, February 27 (KCNA) — The Headquarters for the Actions against Trump and the U.S. in south Korea held a press conference in Seoul on February 24 in protest against the U.S. new sanctions and moves for igniting a nuclear war against the DPRK, according to the south Korean internet newspaper Minjok Ilbo.

Speakers at the conference slammed Trump for slapping the worst sanctions against the DPRK and disturbing the peaceful reunification of the Korean peninsula at a time when an atmosphere of peace and reunification was growing strong in the peninsula.
A press release was read out there.
It branded Trump as the arch criminal scuttling the reconciliation and unity between the south and the north of Korea, blocking the peace and reunification of the Korean peninsula and increasing the danger of war.
It expressed the will to intensify the struggle against Trump, the U.S. and war.

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