|calendar>>February 12. 2013 Juch 102|
DPRK's Stance for Sovereignty Supported by Peruvian, Bangladeshi Organizations
|Pyongyang, February 12 (KCNA) -- A Peruvian institution and a Bangladeshi organization hit out at the anti-DPRK hostile policy of U.S. daring take issue with the DPRK over its satellite launch for peaceful purposes.
Kim Jong Suk Library in Peru stressed in its appeal on February 4:
The "resolution" of the UN Security Council is nothing but a product of the moves of the U.S. and other hostile forces to stifle the DPRK. They wantonly violated the sovereignty of the DPRK even though it launched a satellite for peaceful purposes by exercising the internationally recognized legitimate right of a sovereign state.
The whole process of the DPRK's launch of satellite Kwangmyongsong 3-2 clearly proved the peaceful nature of its policy for space development.
Such behavior of the U.S. as desperately accusing the DPRK, being displeased with its scientific and technological development and space exploration, is the height of the application of the double standards by the U.S.
It is impossible to realize peace on Korean Peninsula as long as the U.S. and the forces kowtowing to it are maintaining their hostile policy toward the DPRK.
We call upon the progressive political parties, organizations and women of Peru to positively support the Korean people's struggle to protect the sovereignty of the country.
The Bangladesh Group for the Study of the Songun Policy stated on February 5:
The U.S. behavior of having fabricated the UNSC's "resolution" is drawing condemnation and derision from the international community as it unjustly accused the DPRK of its satellite launch for peaceful purposes.
The U.S. negation of the DPRK's independent and legitimate right to launch satellite shows that the former has schemed to stifle the latter with the satellite launch as a momentum.
We positively support the DPRK that has started an all-out action to protect the sovereignty and dignity of the nation.
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