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Public Bodies of Foreign Countries Back DPRK's Nuclear Test
| Pyongyang, March 1 (KCNA) -- The Youth Group for the Study of the Juche Idea in Democratic Congo and the Group of Youth for the Study of Kim Jong Il Juche Idea in Austria issued statements in support of the DPRK's nuclear test.
The group of Democratic Congo in its statement on Feb. 19 said that the DPRK demonstrated once again the might of the country before the whole world through the recent underground nuclear test and proved the truth that the path of independence to be followed by the people can never be blocked. The statement went on:
Expressing full support for the DPRK's nuclear test which instilled great strength and courage to the world progressives aspiring after independence, we bitterly condemn the reckless remarks of the U.S. and its allies terming the recent nuclear test "a serious provocation to the international community".
The world should have judged the U.S., the arch criminal that compelled the Korean people to have access to nukes and the center for the development of nukes.
The U.S. should withdraw its troops from south Korea at an early date after rolling back its anachronistic hostile policy towards the DPRK so that Korea may be reunified peacefully.
The UN Security Council should withdraw its reckless "resolution on sanctions" against the DPRK at once and stand against the high-handed and arbitrary practices of the U.S. so as to make a substantial contribution to the peace and security of the world.
The group of Austria said in its statement on Feb. 22:
We condemn the U.S. and its allies for crying out for taking measures to slap "sanctions" against the DPRK over its nuclear test.
We, at the same time, bitterly denounce the application of the double-standards to the DPRK as a wanton violation of international law.
We will positively support all the measures to be taken by the DPRK to defend its sovereignty and ensure peace on the Korean Peninsula.
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