calendar>>August 27. 2014 Juche 103
Nigerian Organization Urges U.S. to Roll back Its Hostile Policy toward DPRK
Pyongyang, August 27 (KCNA) -- The Nigerian National Committee for the Study of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism posted an article titled "U.S. hostile policy toward DPRK" on its website on Aug. 15.

The article noted:

The U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK has its deep roots.

The U.S. has enforced the hostile policy since quite a long time before the nuclear issue was spawned on the Korean peninsula.

From the very beginning, Washington defined the DPRK as an enemy state and has never recognized its sovereignty.

The modern history never knows such countries as the DPRK and the U.S. which have been technically at war for over 60 years since the end of the Korean war.

The U.S. stand cannot be construed otherwise than its intention to continue regarding the DPRK as a warring party and an enemy.

The U.S. has already rounded off different type scenarios for a new Korean war.

Pursuant to the scenarios, the U.S. has annually staged various type joint war drills under different codenames for decades.

The U.S. hostile policy is not confined to these drills.

The U.S. has slapped harsh economic sanctions and blockade against the DPRK since a long time before the occurrence of the nuclear issue on the Korean peninsula.

Furthermore, the U.S. has not spared its funds and investment for espionage aimed to bring down the social system in the DPRK, ideological and cultural poisoning against it and operations for destabilizing it since long ago.

Historical facts go to clearly prove that the U.S. hostile policy toward the DPRK was not spawned due to the latter's access to nukes but the former compelled the latter to have access to nukes.

Needless to say, the U.S. should roll back its hostile policy toward the DPRK to settle the nuclear issue on the Korean peninsula as the policy spawned the issue.

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