|calendar>>August 6. 2012 Juch 101|
Japanese Personages Denounce Anti-DPRK Terrorism
| Pyongyang, August 6 (KCNA) -- Japanese personages made public statements from July 24 to 27 denouncing the U.S. and the south Korean regime for their attempted monstrous terrorism against the DPRK.
Kenki Nakamura, chairman of the Japan-Korea Society for Scientific and Educational Interchange, said in his statement:
It was discovered in the DPRK recently that a man was arrested while attempting to demolish statues symbolic of the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK at the directive of the Lee Myung Bak regime of south Korea.
The testimony made by him brought to light that the U.S. was deeply involved in the operations.
This was a despicable action for disturbing peace and reunification of the Korean Peninsula desired by the whole world and a striking expression of the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK.
The recent case is touching off worldwide criticism as it was attempted terrorism in violation of the main spirit of the 2000 DPRK-U.S. joint communique and the September 19 joint statement in 2005.
The world people hope for peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula.
The Lee Myung Bak regime should make an apology for this crime.
Fumihiro Himori, chairman of the Japan Committee for Supporting the Independent and Peaceful Reunification of Korea, said that he could not repress surging indignation at the said attempted terrorism.
The case was orchestrated by the U.S. and the south Korean regime in a bid to get rid of a tight corner after failing to stifle the DPRK by every possible means and method including economic sanctions and military pressure, he said, and went on:
The U.S. should roll back all its hostile policies toward the DPRK and opt for having sincere dialogue with it for signing a peace treaty.
This year marks the 59th anniversary of the signing of the Armistice Agreement.
Now is the time for the U.S. to make a policy switchover.
A peace treaty should be concluded without fail to seek the pullback of the U.S. troops, the biggest hurdle to peace and reunification of the Korean Peninsula.
Koji Ito, chairman of the Nagano Prefectural People's Council for Supporting the Independent and Peaceful Reunification of Korea, said that he was pleased to see for himself dramatic changes in the DPRK and its happy people while attending the celebrations of the 100th Day of the Sun.
The Korean people fully support First Secretary Kim Jong Un, he said, and went on:
I was greatly excited to participate in the unveiling ceremony of the statues of President Kim Il Sung and General Secretary Kim Jong Il on Mansu Hill.
The attempted terrorism by the U.S. and the south Korean regime can never be pardoned.
The imperialists will never be able to subdue the Korean people united close around Kim Jong Un, the creditable successor to the idea and cause of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il.
It is my hope that the independent and peaceful reunification of Korea will be achieved as early as possible.
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