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U.S. Journalist's Travelogue on DPRK Carried by Brazilian Newspaper
Pyongyang, February 2 (KCNA) -- The Brazilian newspaper Patria Latina on January 20 carried a U.S. journalist's travelogue on the DPRK.

The newspaper illustrated the travelogue with photos showing public procession of Pyongyang citizens for celebrating the 70th founding anniversary of the Workers' Party of Korea and the panoramic view of Pyongyang. It also carried an explanation that a U.S. journalist sets right false stories spread by Western media and clarifies legendary stories, truth and events stunning the West by visiting the DPRK.

The travelogue said:

Successes achieved by the DPRK in the free education, no homeless people, the pride and honor of the dignified people, etc. more vividly reflect the DPRK's appearance.

It is obvious that the West and the U.S. do not know well about the DPRK.

They have never mentioned the DPRK's issues and the fact that it is exposed to the threat from big powers, in particular.

Let's suppose the DPRK conducts war exercises in U.S. coastal waters every year in order to occupy the U.S.

Will the U.S. not think about developing nuclear weapons to cope with such a situation?

Koreans do not pursue a war.

When watching the destiny of Libya, they are sure that the Songun politics and nuclear deterrent help firmly defend the sovereignty of the country.

I sincerely advise the West to improve the relations with the DPRK.

As a matter of fact, whoever had a chance to visit the DPRK is surprised to know what he or she experienced there is completely different from what one had thought of it.

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