calendar>>August 13. 2014 Juche 103
Rodong Sinmun Urges UNSC to Ensure Impartiality
Pyongyang, August 13 (KCNA) -- In order for the UN Security Council to honorably fulfill its responsibility for world peace and security provided for by the UN Charter it should ensure impartiality in its activities, first of all, says Rodong Sinmun Wednesday in an article.

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However, the UNSC seriously lacks this impartiality due to the U.S. application of double-dealing standards.

Recently, the DPRK, a legitimate member of the UN, proposed the UNSC to handle as an emergency agenda item the U.S. plan to stage the U.S.-south Korea joint military drills disturbing peace and security on the Korean peninsula.

This is a just demand for internationally taking issue with the U.S. acts of disturbing peace in a bid to periodically strain the situation on the peninsula and ignite the second Korean War, and holding them in check.

By turning down the DPRK's proposal the UNSC showed once again that it is behaving without any principle while reading the face of the U.S. applying double-dealing standards.

If the UNSC is in no position to take issue with U.S. criminal acts as it is its permanent member, it should refrain from deterring self-defensive measures of other countries to foil the U.S. acts.

However, the UNSC is barred from showing even its possibility. This indicates that what an extreme phase the U.S. has reached in its criminal moves to abuse it.

From the above-said fact, one can draw a conclusion that the strength to smash the U.S. acts of disturbing peace does not lie in any international body or a big power but in one's own country.

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