Trump Group’s Scheme to Spoil Mood for Improved Inter-Korean Ties Flayed

Pyongyang, February 28 (KCNA) — Top officials of the U.S. intelligence bodies, including the directors of the National Intelligence Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency, at Congressional hearing and other public appearances claimed that the DPRK’s ultimate goal is to achieve unification by communizing the south through the nuclear weapons.

The assistant to the president for National Security of the White House said that the DPRK’s nuclear weapons are to be used for threatening for the purpose of unifying the Korean peninsula under the red flag. The commander-in-chief of the U.S. Forces in the Pacific went vocal that the DPRK is pursuing more than just defending its social system through the access to the nuclear weapons and its purpose is to reunify the Korean peninsula under the communist system. He also called for focusing on removal of the nuclear weapons even though dialogue is held.
A commentary of Rodong Sinmun Wednesday says that this is just last-ditch struggling of those much upset by the international opinion being built to the effect that the nuclear possession of the DPRK was attributable to the U.S. nuclear threat and hostile policy toward the DPRK, and by the dramatic phase of reconciliation being created between the north and the south of Korea entering this year, in particular.
The sordid aim sought by the U.S. is to brand the DPRK’s nuclear weapons as the ones for “achieving unification by communizing the south” and then justify arms buildup in and around the Korean peninsula under the pretext of “defending allies”, incite hostility toward the DPRK among south Koreans, drive a wedge between the north and the south and thus spoil the atmosphere for the improvement of the ties, the commentary says, and goes on:
The Trump group should not make senseless remarks that would provoke laughter of the world but be well aware of their own position and withdraw the hostile policy toward the DPRK before plunging into deeper quagmire.

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