A spokesman for the Institute for American Studies of the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK released the following statement Friday: The U.S. carried out inter-continental ballistic missile test-fire on May 3 in the wake of the one on April 26 at a time when the situation on the Korean peninsula has reached the extremely dangerous phase due to the largest-ever joint military drills waged by the U.S. after introducing huge nuclear strategic assets, and the military provocation moves conducted by it.
The U.S. claims the two ICBM test-fires conducted just in a little over one week were planned one year ago and they have nothing to do with the DPRK’s nuclear and long-range ballistic missile launch but many world media are concerned that the consecutive ICBM tests by the U.S. can push the acute situation on the Korean peninsula to graver phase.
The U.S. maintains it may carry out missile launches but the DPRK can not and that its launches are “contribution” to peace and security while the DPRK’s are “provocation” straining tension.
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A spokesman of the Institute for Disarmament and Peace(IDP) of the DPRK Foreign Ministry issued a statement on April 13 to condemn the U.S. for making military attacks at a sovereign state while crying out for “peace by strength.”
As already reported, the U.S. massive missile attack on Syria constitutes a blatant violation of international law and an insolent and barbarous act of aggression.
The statement said that the U.S. is disturbing the global peace and stability and insisting on the gangster-like logic that its invasion of a sovereign state is “decisive, just and proportionate” and contributes to “defending” the international order in its bid to apply it to the Korean peninsula.
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On the occasion of the 105th birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung, the Institute for Disarmament and Peace of the DPRK Foreign Ministry on Saturday announced a memorial report that summarizes his contributions to the creation of international environment favorable for Korea’s reunification.
Referring to the fact that President Kim Il Sung had worked hard to strengthen the international support and solidarity with the DPRK’s line of national reunification, the report said: The great leader Comrade Kim Il Sung advanced the most fair and reasonable line and policies for national reunification and made energetic efforts to strengthen international support and solidarity with them.
The three charters for national reunification set forth by him are fair and reasonable ones that are acceptable and agreeable to anyone.
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