|calendar>>September 19. 2012 Juch 101|
Withdrawal of U.S. Troops from S. Korea Demanded
| Pyongyang, September 19 (KCNA) -- Personages of Bangladesh and Nigeria made public statements on Sept. 10 and 11 on the lapse of 67 years since the U.S. troops illegally occupied south Korea.
M. Gamrul Huda, chairman of the Bangladesh Institute of the Juche Idea, said that the period since the U.S. military occupation of south Korea has been interwoven with crimes by which they disturbed peace of the Korean Peninsula and gravely threatened the security of the Korean nation.
The U.S. military presence in south Korea is the root cause of the outbreak of a new war on the peninsula, he said, and went on:
The U.S. remains unchanged in its ambition for implementing its policy for aggression of the whole of Korea while keeping its forces in south Korea.
It is anachronistic for the U.S. to keep its forces in south Korea still today after the lapse of a long time since the end of the Cold War.
The U.S. troops should be withdrawn from south Korea as early as possible in order to head off the danger of war and ensure peace and security on the Korean Peninsula.
Aba Sadik Abubakr, chairman of the Nigerian Group for the Study of the Juche Philosophy, said:
The Korean nation could not but suffer the tragedy of separation owing to the U.S. occupation of south Korea. It's is to achieve the independence of the whole of Korea and its independent development.
The U.S. has intensified the hostile policy toward the DPRK with the goal of overthrowing the socialist system chosen by the Korean people.
The present situation urges to put an end to the U.S. military presence in south Korea at an early date.
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