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DPRK's Measures to Bolster Its Military Capability Supported by Nepalese Paper
| Pyongyang, March 21 (KCNA) -- The Nepalese paper Majodur on Mar. 10 carried an article titled "'Sanctions against the DPRK over its nuclear deterrence."
The UN Security Council adopted another "resolution on sanctions" against the DPRK, the paper said, adding:
The high-handed hostile policy of the U.S. compelled the DPRK to conduct a nuclear test.
As the DPRK claimed, the U.S. hostile policy and sanctions against it compelled the former to have access to nuclear weapons.
The imperialists floated the story that the DPRK's launch of a satellite was the "launch of a ballistic missile for nuclear strike," leading the situation to the adoption of a "resolution on sanctions."
If necessary, the DPRK can use a carrier rocket as a ballistic missile for defending its sovereignty.
For this reason, the U.S.-led imperialist states got nervous and voiced objection against the satellite launch of the DPRK as they consider technology for satellite launch as their monopoly and a tool for aggression.
Unceasing war threat and acute situation compelled the DPRK to have access to nuclear deterrence and pursue Songun politics which calls for giving priority to military affairs.
But for the pressure and threat on the part of the U.S.-led imperialist forces, the DPRK would have diverted the funds needed for augmenting the military capability to improving the people's living standard and developing the economy, emerging the most developed country in the world.
It was an entirely just option for the DPRK to have bolstered up its military muscle by pursuing Songun politics under the prevailing situation.
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