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Japan's Anti-DPRK Action under Fire
Pyongyang, December 16 (KCNA) -- In Japan, the National Security Council was formed and its first session took place some days ago.

It was attended by Prime Minister Abe, and the foreign minister, the defense minister and the chief Cabinet secretary of Japan.

What topped the agenda at the session was the item on the situation in Korea.

Rodong Sinmun says this in a bylined commentary Monday:

The Japanese reactionaries discussed the situation in Korea, peddling an absurd story about the DPRK. This was a deliberate act, not one prompted by their ignorance of politics.

What the Japanese reactionaries seek is to make the "story of threat" from the DPRK a fait accompli, justify their anti-DPRK moves and realize their sinister aim.

By pursuing the hostile policy toward the DPRK Japan seeks to render the relations with the DPRK extremely bitter and confrontational.

If the Japanese reactionaries start the military reinvasion of the DPRK, it will lead to the complete ruin of Japan.

If Japanese politicians have reasonable thinking power, they should bear this in mind and behave with far-sightedness.

The wisest option for Japan is to opt for improving the relations with the DPRK after dropping the hopeless hostile policy toward the DPRK and redeem its past crimes.

If the Japanese authorities are truly concerned about the security of their country, they had better repeal their policy of converting Japan into a military giant and their hostile policy toward the DPRK, sincerely make an apology for its past crimes and redeem them, not resorting to the moves to whitewash and deny the history of their past crimes.

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