Japan Will Ruin Itself: KCNA Commentary

The Japanese move is heating up in its naval intercepting operation against the DPRK.

Japan, who went mean last year, informing the Sanctions Committee of the UN Security Council of the DPRK’s possible transshipment on the sea, is confusing the international community this year again, claiming there is suspicion that the DPRK has received refined oil products from an unidentified ship in the open sea.

It is quite absurd as it is an evil-minded act of those who are sidelined in the trend of the regional situation.

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KCNA Commentary on Japanese UN Ambassador’s Rubbish

Shortly ago, Japanese ambassador to the United Nations Bessho talked rubbish that the time is not yet ripe to apply an exception to the resolution of sanctions on north Korea and he would appeal to various countries to strictly implement the sanctions resolution in contact with the U.S.

It seems that Japan has not yet been awakened from its year-long daydream about “sanctions and pressure.”

The rubbish let out by Bessho only proves that he is ignorant of what is going on now.

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Press Statement of Policy Research Director of Institute for American Studies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK

The policy research director of the Institute for American Studies of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea issued the following statement on Sunday:

It is a significant event for ensuring peace and security of the region and beyond that the top leaders of the DPRK and the U.S. committed themselves to improve the DPRK-U.S. relations at the historic DPRK-U.S. summit held in Singapore last June, and the current DPRK-U.S. relations are advancing along the steadfast will of the top leaders to follow through on the Singapore DPRK-U.S. Joint Statement in good faith.

However, the continued commission by the United States of vicious anti-DPRK hostile actions, running counter to these developments, prompts my shock and indignation.

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Chairwoman of Russian Federation Council Lauds DPRK

The reality in the DPRK shows again that no sanctions can ever bring its people to their knees, said Valentina Ivanovna Matvienko, chairwoman of the Russian Federation Council, at a news conference after attending the celebrations of the 70th birthday of the DPRK.

She said that the world has not yet witnessed such cruel sanctions like the ones put on the DPRK.

What is amazing is that the DPRK is making progress in the face of such harsh sanctions, she added.

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Peace Breakers Are Doomed to Complete Isolation: KCNA Commentary

Japan continues to make wrongdoings.

Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga and other Japanese politicians, recently, said that it is “premature” to lift the sanctions on the DPRK, and that the “sanctions resolutions” should remain effective – a stream of nonsense.

One cannot help laughing at those marginalized from the structure of the relations among the neighboring countries of the Korean peninsula.

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