Abe Group Accused of Further Clinging to Sanctions and Pressure Campaign against DPRK

Pyongyang, January 18 (KCNA) — A spokesperson for the Institute for Studies of Japan of the DPRK Foreign Ministry gave the following answer to a question raised by the KCNA on January 18 regarding the fact that the Abe group is further clinging to the sanctions and pressure campaign against the DPRK: During his recent tour of some European countries, Japanese prime minister Abe mentioned the DPRK’s “nuclear and missile development” and abduction issue every time he discussed bilateral relations with these countries and heinously maneuvered to drag them into cooperation for pressure against the DPRK. Abe cried out that the DPRK launched a ballistic missile that can hit Vilnius Continue reading Abe Group Accused of Further Clinging to Sanctions and Pressure Campaign against DPRK

Japan’s Reinvasion Ambition May Lead It to Ruin: KCNA Commentary

Pyongyang, December 20 (KCNA) — Japan Prime Minister Abe at the recent budget committee of the House of Councilors voiced his opinion to refer the existence of “Self-defence Forces” to article 9 of constitution and tolerate the exercise of the right to “collective self-defence”. This full-fledged revelation of the Japanese reactionaries to revive militarism constitutes a serious threat to the peace in the region and the rest of the world. The military fanatics’ ambition for reinvasion has now reached the phase which can no longer be overlooked. Abe who set it as a goal to make Japan a “country capable of fighting a war” away from the postwar system which Continue reading Japan’s Reinvasion Ambition May Lead It to Ruin: KCNA Commentary

Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee Spokesman on DPRK Stand toward UNSC “Sanctions Resolution”

Pyongyang, September 13 (KCNA) — The U.S. committed another state terrorism by cooking up new “sanctions resolution” 2375 against the DPRK at the United Nations Security Council with voting machines on Tuesday. In this regard, a spokesman for the Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee stresses in a statement on Wednesday that the army and people of the DPRK have turned out in a nationwide and all-people confrontation against the U.S., burning their hearts with surging anger and hatred toward the U.S. imperialists and their followers. The statement says: The army and people of the DPRK are unanimously demanding that the Yankees, chief culprit in cooking up the “sanctions resolution”, be beaten Continue reading Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee Spokesman on DPRK Stand toward UNSC “Sanctions Resolution”

Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee Clarifies Stand on Hostile Forces’ Moves for Another Sanctions on DPRK

Pyongyang, September 7 (KCNA) — A spokesman for the Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee (KAPPC) issued a statement Thursday to denounce the hostile forces’ fresh moves for putting sanctions and pressure on the DPRK. The statement said: The DPRK’s successful test of H-bomb helped greatly deter the danger of a nuclear war by the U.S. in Far East and Asia-Pacific including the Korean peninsula and provided a reliable guarantee for ensuring world peace and security. This feat deserves admiration by humankind. However, the hostile forces including the U.S. are going desperate to apply fresh sanctions and pressure on the DPRK while branding its successful H-bomb test as “threat” to peace and Continue reading Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee Clarifies Stand on Hostile Forces’ Moves for Another Sanctions on DPRK

Japanese Reactionaries Should Not Go Frivolous before Merciless Nuclear Fist

Pyongyang, August 9 (KCNA) — Ryu Il O published an article titled “Japanese reactionaries should not go frivolous before merciless nuclear fist” whose full text reads: Recently the Japanese reactionaries’ rash military actions against the DPRK have gone beyond the red line. A typical example is their trumpeting about “possession of capabilities for attacking” ballistic rocket bases of the DPRK in a preemptive way. Onodera, who took the post of defence minister on August 4, officially made public the stand by saying at a press conference that the Japan Defence Ministry is examining the “possession of ability for attacking enemy bases aimed at mounting a preemptive attack at the missile Continue reading Japanese Reactionaries Should Not Go Frivolous before Merciless Nuclear Fist

Japan Urged Not to Play Gamble on Its Destiny

Pyongyang, June 8 (KCNA) — A spokesman for the National Peace Committee of Korea made public a statement Wednesday to denounce the Abe group who is viciously slandering the DPRK’s steps of bolstering its military capability for self-defence while taking the lead in following the U.S. moves to impose sanctions and pressure on the DPRK. Prime Minister Abe, Chief Cabinet Secretary Suga, Defense Minister Inada and other heavyweights of Japan vied with each other to attend official and unofficial meetings such as G-7 summit and “Asia Security Conference” and vociferate about “nuclear threat from north Korea” and “grave challenge”, the statement noted, and said: Japan would easily estimate whom the Continue reading Japan Urged Not to Play Gamble on Its Destiny

DPRK Foreign Ministry Spokesman Slams Japan’s Spy Satellite Launch

Pyongyang, June 2 (KCNA) — A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK gave the following answer to the question raised by KCNA Friday over Japan’s launch of a satellite for spying on the DPRK: On Thursday morning Japan launched a rocket carrying a satellite for spying on the DPRK at the Tanekashima Space Center in Kagoshima Prefecture under the pretext of global positioning. Japan has already put a lot of spy satellites on space orbits since 2003 for the purpose of round-the-clock spying on the DPRK. Not content with terming the self-defensive steps taken by the DPRK to preserve regional peace and security “threats” and “provocations”, Japan imprudently Continue reading DPRK Foreign Ministry Spokesman Slams Japan’s Spy Satellite Launch

Japanese Authorities Warned of Inciting Pressure and Sanctions against DPRK : Spokesman for Its FM

Pyongyang, May 30 (KCNA) — A spokesman for the DPRK Foreign Ministry released the following statement on Monday: The DPRK’s measures for bolstering nuclear force are the legitimate exercise of the right to self-defence by a sovereign state to put an end to the escalating moves of the U.S. for a nuclear war and firmly guarantee peace and stability on the Korean peninsula and in the region. But, Japan is branding the DPRK’s measures for self-defence as “threat” and “provocation”. The chief executive of Japan reeled off a litany of balderdashes about the strict implementation of “sanctions resolutions” and the necessity of adopting a new resolution during the G-7 Summit Continue reading Japanese Authorities Warned of Inciting Pressure and Sanctions against DPRK : Spokesman for Its FM

Japan Urged to Fulfill Legal and Moral Duty for Its Past Crimes

Pyongyang, May 27 (KCNA) — A spokesman for the Korean Committee on Measures for the Sexual Slavery for Japanese Army and Drafting Victims Saturday issued a statement in denunciation of the Japanese government’s “document of refutation”. The UN Committee against Torture early in May released a report calling for reexamination of the “agreement” between Japan and south Korea over the issue of sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army. Terming the victims of the sexual slavery for the Imperial Japanese Army victims of the sexual slavery system in the whole period of the Second World War, the report said the Japan-south Korea “agreement” on the issue signed in late 2015 Continue reading Japan Urged to Fulfill Legal and Moral Duty for Its Past Crimes

Japanese Regime Should Not Go Impudent : KCNA Commentary

Pyongyang, May 27 (KCNA) — Japan, hell-bent on antagonizing the DPRK, is going impudent over the operation of its liner Mangyongbong. The chief Cabinet secretary of Japan said it would heed the impact of the operation of Mangyongbong on the efforts of other countries for tackling the issue of nuclear and rocket programs of Pyongyang. And the foreign minister imprudently asserted that Japan expects Russia to take a responsible approach to settling the Korean issue. This is just manifestation of the Japanese reactionaries’ inveterate hostile policy toward the DPRK. Japan is not entitled to say this or that about the liner. The liner is just an international tourist ship which Continue reading Japanese Regime Should Not Go Impudent : KCNA Commentary