|calendar>>February 27. 2013 Juch 102|
British Political Party's Organ Hails DPRK's Satellite Launch
| Pyongyang, February 27 (KCNA) -- The January-February issue of Line of March, the organ of the Revolutionary Communist Party of Britain (Marxist-Leninist), carried an article titled "DPRK's exercise of the right to use space for peaceful purposes is aimed to defend its sovereignty."
The article said that the DPRK successfully fired Kwangmyongsong 3-2 into the space in Dec. last year.
The U.S. backed the fabrication of the UN Security Council's "resolution on sanctions" against the DPRK as part of its actions hostile to the DPRK, an expression of its antipathy for the ideology and social system of the DPRK, said the article.
The "resolution" is a hostile action of disregarding the legitimate international standard, it noted.
The DPRK regards the right to use space for peaceful purposes as a matter related to building a thriving nation and defending the dignity of the nation, not just a matter related to exercising the right to develop outer space, it said, and went on:
The army and people of the DPRK will never allow their supreme interests of the nation to be violated.
The Korean people will never forget the days when they underwent hardships as Korea was a small and weak nation, but will continue launching satellites and rockets in the future, upholding the banner of socialism.
The country has the right to develop the space for peaceful purposes as others have, and it is an inviolable right.
Big powers that monopolize missiles and their tests are using spying drones for several purposes, but it is not referred to as an illegal action.
The U.S. has the biggest stockpile of missiles in the world.
The U.S. imperialists and their allies are deliberately escalating the tensions, describing the DPRK as a "war-like country".
The Party calls upon all the progressive forces in the world loving justice to struggle against the hysteric anti-DPRK reckless moves of the imperialists and achieve firm unity.
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