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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What Do Ill-boding Remarks from U.S. Signify

The following is the full text of an article written by Kim Chol Myong on Tuesday whose title is “What do ill-boding remarks from the U.S. signify”.

After the Chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the DPRK met the U.S. State Secretary Pompeo on a visit to Pyongyang, the DPRK-U.S. relations that had been on a stalemate began to roll again.

Speaking to the reporters after his Pyongyang visit, Pompeo said that his visit was quite good and that the DPRK and the U.S. had productive dialogue, noting with satisfaction that an important advance was made this time, too, and crucial progress would continue to be made.

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End of War Is Not A Gift: KCNA Commentary

Some American experts on Korean issue are recently spouting such rubbish that the U.S. should force the DPRK to not only declare its nuclear program and have it verified but also dismantle its Nyongbyon nuclear facility and missile facility in return for the U.S. response to a war-end declaration.

The issue of the war-end declaration should have been resolved half a century ago, under the Armistice Agreement. It is also the most basic and primary process for the establishment of new DPRK-U.S. relations and peace mechanism on the Korean peninsula, to which the U.S. was also committed.

In actuality, the issue of the war end had been proposed already more than one decade ago by the U.S. during the Bush II administration. And as has been also specified in the “Declaration for Development of North-South Relations and Peace and Prosperity” adopted on October 4, 2007 and the “Panmunjom Declaration for Peace, Prosperity and Reunification in the Korean Peninsula” on April 27 last, it is the matter to which the U.S. and other relevant parties paid more attention than the DPRK.

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