Statement Issued by Advisor of DPRK Foreign Ministry

Kim Kye Gwan, Advisor of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea(DPRK), issued the following statement on Saturday:

From the outset of this year, the south Korean authorities have become too busy, talking about urgent conveying of the U.S. President’s birthday greetings to the Chairman of State Affairs Commission of the DPRK.

This is what the U.S. President asked for to be surely conveyed to the Chairman when he met the person concerned of Chongwadae in Washington, the south Korean authorities said in an extremely urgent notice they sent.

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Reckless Remarks of U.S. Assistant Secretary of State under Fire

A spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea(DPRK) gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA on December 21 with regard to the United States’ act of having taken issue over the DPRK’s “human rights”:

At an interview with VOA on December 19, Assistant Secretary for Democracy, Human Rights and Labor of the U.S. State Department made reckless remarks against the DPRK that the U.S. remains concerned over “human rights situation” in the DPRK and it should “engage to try to get a human rights violator like north Korea to change its behavior,” etc.

It is a revelation of the inveterate repugnance towards our system and a grave political provocation against our state that the U.S. does confront us head-on, taking up the issue of human rights, not satisfied in railroading an anti-DPRK “human rights resolution” at the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly.

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DPRK Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Issues Statement

Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea released the following statement on Thursday:

The year-end time limit set by us is nearing, but the U.S. continues to raise the level of its provocation against us.

State Secretary Pompeo cried out for thorough implementation of the UN sanctions resolutions on December 10. And the following day the U.S. held an open-ended meeting of the UN Security Council, where it committed a hostile provocation again by pulling up the DPRK over its measures for modernizing its

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Press Statement by the Permanent Representative of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea to the United Nations

On December 4, a closed consultation meeting was held at the United Nations Security Council at an urgent request of United Kingdom, France, Germany, Poland and Belgium, and a “Joint Statement” of six EU member states was issued, which viciously denounces the DPRK.

It is yet another serious provocation against the DPRK that some EU member states criticized again our righteous measures for strengthening the national defense capabilities.

So stupid are six EU member states and so serious is the symptom of their paranoia as to mistake for ballistic missile launch the test-fire of the super-large multiple launch rocket system which completely belongs to the exercise of our right to self-defense. All this makes us feel that they would also take it to the UNSC if we test-fire machine gun in the future.

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First Vice Foreign Minister of DPRK Choe Son Hui Issues Statement

Choe Son Hui, First Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK released the following statement on Thursday:

The phrase “use of military force” against the DPRK which emerged during the NATO summit a few days ago has created a great splash worldwide, arousing concerns.

What makes us feel even worse is that the figurative style was daringly used at random with no courtesy when referring to the supreme dignity of the DPRK.

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