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Foreign Papers Accuse U.S. of Compelling DPRK to Have Access to Nuclear Weapons
Pyongyang, June 7 (KCNA) -- Newspapers of Mexico and Bulgaria carried articles slamming the U.S. hostile acts against the DPRK.

The Mexican paper Unidad Nacional on May 15 said illustrated with a photo of the dear respected Kim Jong Un inspecting a unit of the Korean People's Army:

U.S. high-ranking officials claim these days that they are interested in dialogue with the DPRK. But this is nothing but sophism to evade their blame for having pushed the situation on the Korean Peninsula to the brink of war.

It is none other than the U.S. which drove the situation on the peninsula into the worst phase by systematically and ceaselessly committing political and military provocations in a bid to stifle the DPRK by force of arms.

The paper gave a detailed account of the facts that the U.S. pulled up the DPRK over its satellite launch for peaceful purposes, pushing the situation to an extreme phase and to cope with this, the DPRK took the toughest measures for self-defence.

The May 15-31 issue of the Bulgarian paper Novo Rabotnichesko Delo carried an article titled "U.S. compelled DPRK to have access to nuclear weapons".

The moves of the U.S. and south Korean authorities to escalate the tension on the Korean Peninsula have become all the more undisguised in their scope and danger, the article said, and continued:

The tense situation is prevailing on the peninsula because the U.S. has threatened the DPRK with huge forces for aggression including nuclear weapons.

The U.S. and south Korean authorities staged large-scale military exercises targeting the DPRK in recent two months by mobilizing nuclear-powered carrier and strategic nuclear bombers.

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