|calendar>>October 30. 2012 Juch 101|
There Will Be No Policy Switchover in DPRK: Nepalese Figure
| Pyongyang, October 30 (KCNA) --The Nepalese paper Noya Potrika on Oct. 11 carried an article dedicated by Pramod Raj Sedhain, vice-chairman of the International Committee for the Study of Songun Politics for Peaceful Reunification of Korea in Nepal, under the headline "Increasing danger of war on the Korean Peninsula."
It is almost one year since the dear respected Kim Jong Un began leading the DPRK, the article said, and went on:
During this period, the West predicted a certain policy switchover in the DPRK.
However, the DPRK has waged a dynamic drive to build an economic power without allowing any slightest change under the uplifted banner of Songun.
There was neither policy switchover nor dismantlement of nukes in the DPRK in the past and such things will never happen in the days ahead, too.
The Korean Armistice Agreement still remains in force and tension persists on the Korean Peninsula because of this.
Dark clouds of war are hanging over the peninsula due to military conflict between the north and the south, U.S.-south Korea joint military exercises, repeated politically-motivated provocations, etc.
After the demise of general secretary Kim Jong Il, the DPRK solemnly declared that foolish politicians of the West should not expect any change in the DPRK.
The dear respected Kim Jong Un in a speech made at the military parade for celebrating the centenary of birth of President Kim Il Sung, founder of socialist Korea, said that military and technical edge is no longer monopoly of the imperialists and gone are the days never to return when they could threaten and blackmail it with A-bombs.
The Korean People's Army is fully ready to cope with all provocations of the enemies under the wise leadership of the great brilliant commanders.
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