DPRK Foreign Ministry Roving Ambassador Issues Statement

Kim Myong Gil, Roving Ambassador of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK, made public the following statement on Thursday.

Biegun, Special Representative for North Korea Policy of the U.S. Department of State, recently sent us through a third country a message hoping that the DPRK and the U.S. would meet again within December for negotiations.

I cannot understand why he spreads the so-called idea of the DPRK-U.S. relations through the third party, not thinking of candidly making direct contact with me, his dialogue partner, if he has any suggestions or any idea over the DPRK-U.S. dialogue.

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Japanese PM Condemned for Taking Issue with DPRK’s Test-Fire of Super-large Multiple Rocket Launchers

Song Il Ho, Ambassador of the Foreign Ministry of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, made public the following statement on Thursday:

A fool remains as it is till his doom’s day and a rogue cannot be converted forever.

Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, is an idiot and villain as he is making fuss as if a nuclear bomb was dropped on the land of Japan, taking issue with the DPRK’s test-fire of super-large multiple rocket launchers.

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Roving Ambassador of Foreign Ministry of DPRK Blasts U.S. Plan to Resume Combined Aerial Exercise with South Korea

Kwon Jong Gun, Roving Ambassador of the Foreign Ministry of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, issued the following statement on Wednesday:

Recently, the U.S. Defense Department officially announced that it is pushing ahead with the procedure for resuming the combined aerial exercise with the south Korean army in December. The U.S. committed itself to stopping military exercises against the DPRK after Singapore DPRK-U.S. summit.

The U.S. announcement of the combined aerial exercise plan after a month since the breakdown of the Stockholm DPRK-U.S.working-level negotiation amounts to a declaration of confrontation with the DPRK.

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Spokesperson for DPRK Foreign Ministry Brands Country Reports on Terrorism as Politically-Motivated Grave Provocation

A spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA on November 5 with regard to the fact that the U.S. Department of State found fault with the DPRK in the “country reports on terrorism for 2018”:

The U.S. Department of State took issue with the DPRK again in the “country reports on terrorism for 2018” issued on November 1.

This proves once again that the U.S. preoccupied with inveterate repugnancy toward the DPRK is invariably seeking its hostile policy towards the latter.

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Exclusion of Korean Children from Supporting System Is Undisguised Hostile Move towards DPRK: Spokesperson for Ministry of Foreign Affairs of DPRK

A spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea issued the following statement on Thursday:

Anti-Japanese sentiments of our people are flaring up because of the unjust step by the Japanese government to have finally excluded the infant classes of Korean schools from the “free infant education and child upbringing” system.

Not satisfied in having excluded the Korean children in Japan from the high school supporting system, the Japanese government has now completely refused education support even for the children at infant classes. This is an undisguised hostile move towards the DPRK and an intolerable reckless act of inhumane nature.

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