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U.S. to Blame for Serious Nuclear Stand-off

U.S. to Entirely Blame for Serious Nuclear Stand-off

Pyongyang - The serious situation surrounding the nuclear issue is chiefly attributable to the U.S. persistent anachronistic hostile policy towards the DPRK, says Minju Joson today in a signed commentary.

The nuclear stand-off between the DPRK and the U.S. is deteriorating quite contrary to the expectation of the international community, the commentary observes, and goes on:

The U.S. anachronistic hostile policy towards the DPRK is the main factor of spawning the nuclear issue between them. It is, therefore, the master key to finding a peaceful solution to the nuclear issue for the U.S. to make a switchover in its policy.

The U.S., however, has not shown any will to make a switchover in its anachronistic hostile policy towards the DPRK.

On the contrary, it is set to further its hostile policy towards the DPRK aimed at stifling the DPRK militarily in the future, too.

This is clearly evidenced by the U.S. ever more undisguised moves to stifle the DPRK.

These U.S. moves compel the DPRK to steadily increase its self-defensive nuclear deterrent force.
The DPRK will continue strengthening its self-defensive measure.

The U.S. should abandon its anachronistic hostile policy towards the DPRK and accept the proposal for the conclusion of a non-aggression treaty with the DPRK, the commentary urges.

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