KCNA Commentary Terms Former U.S. Vice-President Biden Snob Bereft of Elementary Quality as Human Being

Former U.S. Vice-President Biden has gone reckless and senseless, driven by ambition for power.

Biden, a presidential candidate from the Democratic Party during his recent election campaigning reeled off rhetoric slandering the supreme leadership of the DPRK.

What he uttered is just sophism of an imbecile bereft of elementary quality as a human being, let alone a politician.

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Institute for American Studies of DPRK Censures U.S. for Releasing Anti-DPRK Press Statement

The Policy Research Director of the Institute for American Studies of 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 May 11 with regard to the press statement released recently by the U.S. Department of State for the purpose of tarnishing the DPRK’s human rights situation on the occasion of so-called “North Korea Freedom Week.”

The press statement of the U.S. State Department is nothing but a sophistry full of falsehoods and fabrications, which stems from a sinister political purpose to tarnish the dignified image of the DPRK.

What should be taken more serious is the fact that the United States, turning its back on the June 12 DPRK-U.S. Joint Statement committing to establish new bilateral relations, is taking the lead of hostile actions against the DPRK by instigating the anti-DPRK plotting agencies embedded with the inveterate repugnance for the DPRK.

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KCNA Commentary Derides Political Pigmy Japan

Japan is going dull-witted, swimming against the trend of the times.

The political dwarf which raved hoarse about the DPRK’s “possible transshipment” in the seas last year is again floating the “suspicion about sea dealings”, inviting world criticism.

At the recent G7 foreign ministerial meeting in France, the Japan foreign minister pleaded several countries to closely cooperate for the thorough-going implementation of “sanctions resolutions” on the DPRK and for curbing north Korea’s oil purchase through vessel-to-vessel transfer.

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Experts of U.S. Reproach the Administration’s Current Policy on the DPRK

Voices of reproach are openly raised among DPRK experts of U.S. with regard to the current policy of the U.S. administration.

A former official of the U.S. State Department mentioned that there have been enough opportunities to make progress in DPRK-U.S. negotiation but those opportunities have been squandered by the U.S. administration that is too hard-line and too incompetent. Saying that the U.S. administration’s DPRK policy has been doomed to failure from the beginning because of the insistence on DPRK’s unilateral disarmament and its refusal to compensate in return until DPRK gives up everything, he emphasized that stepping back from the unlimited greediness is the only way to produce any meaningful agreement and that chasing after the fantasy of unilateral disarmament of DPRK can only lead to disappointment and a return to increased tension.

He also added that even arms control experts warned that the U.S. administration’s current policy on DPRK can lead to catastrophic disaster.

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