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U.S. Should Respect DPRK: Organizations
Pyongyang, April 1 (KCNA) -- Ugandan and Austrian organizations expressed support for the statement of the National Defence Commission (NDC) of the DPRK.

The Ugandan National Executive Committee of the Pan-African Movement in a statement on March 19 said the U.S. should make a bold decision to drop its hostile policy toward the DPRK if it is sincerely concerned about peaceful development and welfare of the Korean people.

The statement went on:

The U.S. persistent hostile policy toward the DPRK is becoming the main factor of not only refraining the DPRK from making its political and economic development but also disturbing peace and reunification of the Korean peninsula.

We bitterly denounce the U.S. "human rights" racket, part of its hostile policy toward the DPRK, and demand the U.S. change the policy for aggression to bring down by force the social systems of sovereign countries.

The U.S. should contribute to world peace by respecting the DPRK.

The Solidarity Committee of Unionists for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea in Austria sent a letter of protest to the U.S. embassy in Vienna on March 21. The letter strongly demanded the U.S. government drastically roll back its hostile policy toward the DPRK.

Though it has not yet settled its human rights problem, the U.S. is kicking off the "human rights" racket against the DPRK for no reason, the letter charged. It urged the U.S. government to have sincere dialogue with the DPRK.

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