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U.S. Anti-DPRK Nonsense Assailed

U.S. Anti-DPRK Nonsense Assailed

Pyongyang, (KCNA) -- With the six-way talk shortly off, the U.S. conservative forces are coming out with the absurd claim that the issue of referring the nuclear issue to the UNSC should not be ruled out in case the talks end fruitless.

Rodong Sinmun today in a signed commentary says that if this represented the U.S. stand, it could not be construed otherwise than its intention to use the talks as a bargaining chip of handling the DPRK-U.S. nuclear issue in its interests and as a means of acquiring time for achieving its sinister aim.

The commentary continues:

Their remarks suggest that the U.S. conservative forces are approaching the talks from an attitude and stand for realizing its unilateral and strategic interests in defiance of the desire and expectation of the international community, captive to the idea of centering on the U.S. interests and U.S. supremacy.

The ulterior aim of the U.S. is to escalate international pressure and blockade against the DPRK when complication is created at the talks and they end fruitless, and thereby isolate and stifle it at any cost and justify the military option toward it.

If the U.S. remains unchanged in its stand for stifling the DPRK by force and persistently tries to refer the nuclear issue to the UNSC, the six-way talks would be nothing but an exchange of high words and that will throw darker shadow on the prospect of solution to the DPRK-U.S. nuclear issue.

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