U.S. Reckless Military Moves Compel DPRK to Take Action: Researcher of Institute for American Studies

Kim Kwang Hak, a researcher at the Institute for American Studies of the DPRK Foreign Ministry, released the following commentary titled “The U.S. reckless military moves compel the DPRK to take action” on Friday:

Recently the Trump group is making military bluffing against the DPRK, while introducing nuclear strategic equipment into areas around it one after another.

According to foreign reports, Trump met top military officers at White House on October 10 to have a confab over military counteraction against the DPRK. Meanwhile, the U.S. staged nocturnal flight exercises with Japan Air “Self-Defense Force” and the south Korean puppet airforce fighters after introducing two B-1B nuclear strategic bombers into the sky above the East Sea of Korea at night on the same day.

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Spokesman of DPRK FM Institute for American Studies on Anti-DPRK Sanctions and Pressure

A spokesman for the Institute for American Studies of the DPRK Foreign Ministry gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA on Thursday as regards the absurd claims that sanctions and pressure upon the DPRK are a peaceful and diplomatic solution:

The U.S. which is desperately resorting to unprecedented and heinous sanctions to stifle the DPRK and a few countries following it have lately come up with the ridiculous nonsense that tightening sanctions and pressure is the way for the so-called “peaceful” and “diplomatic” solution to the issue of the Korean peninsula.

A few days ago, high-ranking officials of the U.S. administration including the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley said all options including military option are available but they are giving priority to the diplomatic solution. Their remarks are misleading public opinion as if the sanctions against the DPRK are a “peaceful” and “diplomatic” means.

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U.S. Slammed for Trying to Deploy Tactical Nuclear Weapons into S. Korea

The spokesman for the Institute of American Studies, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK, gave the following answer to a question raised by KCNA on Friday in connection with the fact that the Trump Administration is publicizing through the media the “possibility of redeploying tactical nuclear weapons” into south Korea and developing up-to-date miniaturized nuclear bomb.

Recently, NBC and other American press reported that the Trump administration is currently examining various plans of developing up-to-date miniaturized nuclear bomb of low intensity to deal with nuclear threats posed by countries like the DPRK and Russia, and it will not rule out the option of redeploying tactical nuclear weapons into south Korea in case the south Korean “government” so requests.

The fact that the deliberate leakage of the information about tactical nuclear weapons by the Trump administration coincides with its moves to impose heinous sanctions, pressure and military threat on the DPRK, raises the alarm about the intention of the U.S. to unleash an actual nuclear war in the Korean peninsula.

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Bolstering up the Nuclear Forces of Juche Korea is an Indispensable Strategic Choice

Recently the south Korean authorities made public “the 5-year Plan for Governing the State Affairs” and referred to what it called “DPRK’s abandonment of nuclear weapons”.

South Korean authorities included in this so called “Plan” to “make out ‘a roadmap to build peace mechanism on the Korean peninsula’ by this year with its conceived target to make the north give up its nuclear weapons by 2020.”

The so called “roadmap” is all the more preposterous as it was drawn being ignorant of current position let alone the four cardinal points of the compass; north, south, east and west.

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The U.S. is the worst nuclear criminal state in the world

It is the common aspiration and desire of humankind to live in freedom and happiness in a peaceful world with no nuclear weapons and nuclear war.

Today, due to the U.S. and its vassal forces, the danger of nuclear war is increasing in the Korean peninsula and various regions of the world and national sovereignty and the right to existence are severely threatened and violated. The prevailing reality today demands that all peace-loving forces make joint efforts to fight against the high-handedness and arbitrariness, nuclear threat and nuclear war provocations of the imperialists in their attempt to threaten the humankind and dominate the world with nukes.

Amidst such aspirations and expectations of the humankind, UN conference for negotiating the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons was held twice this year and its Treaty was formally adopted on July 7.

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