|calendar>> March 26. 2014 Juche 103|
Personages of Nigeria, Slovenia Urge U.S. to Roll Back Its Hostile Policy toward DPRK
|Pyongyang, March 26 (KCNA) -- Personages of Nigeria and Slovenia issued statements on March 16 and 19 in support of the statement of the National Defence Commission (NDC) of the DPRK.
Ibrahim Mantu, member of the Credit Committee of the People's Democratic Party of Nigeria and chairman of the Nigeria-Korea Friendship Association, said:
I positively support the statement of the NDC of the DPRK which clarified its principled stand on the U.S. hostile policy toward it at home and abroad, reflecting the unanimous will of its party, state, army and people.
Recently, the U.S. is more frantically resorting to its hostile policy toward the DPRK to undermine it politically, isolate it economically and stifle it militarily. So, the tragedy of territorial split and national division continues on the Korean peninsula and military tensions and the danger of war are constantly prevailing there.
The U.S. had better have clear idea of the catastrophic consequences to be entailed by its anachronistic hostile policy toward the DPRK and make a policy decision suited to the trend of times as soon as possible.
Igor Jurisic, chairman of the Slovenia-DPRK Friendship Association, supported the statement of the NDC of the DPRK. He said:
The nuclear issue of the Korean peninsula is attributable to the U.S. introduction of nuclear weapons into south Korea.
The U.S. should have a correct viewpoint and stand on the DPRK's nuclear deterrent and stop nuclear threats and blackmail on it.
The U.S. had better reflect on its human rights abuses in the world before taking issue with others over their "human rights".
The Slovenia-DPRK Friendship Association urges the U.S. to roll back its worn-out hostile policy toward the DPRK as soon as possible, though belatedly, and establish a new realistic policy to create the constructive, durable and peaceful climate on the Korean peninsula.
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