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Pyongyang Foreign Ministry denounces U.S. hostile policy


Pyongyang Foreign Ministry denounces U.S. hostile policy

Pyongyang, Aug 6 (Prensa Latina) The Foreign Ministry of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) denounced today that in her recent visit to South Korea an official representative of the United States rekindled a conflictive atmosphere against this Asian country.

The Director of Information of the DPRK Foreign Ministry, Jo Yong Sam, said that on the occasion Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives of the US Congress, spoke of the need to establish a “powerful and expanded deterrent” mechanism against an alleged DPRK threat.

The source said that Pelosi’s statements clearly reveal the hostile anti-DPRK policy of the current US administration, ACNC Agency reported.

The spokesperson also insisted that the fact denotes Washington’s unwholesome intention to aggravate the already acute situation on the Korean Peninsula and in the region in general by mobilizing the current South Korean conservative forces and increasing the possession of weapons.

Noting that the US must pay the price for its hostile policy, the official considered that Pelosi, as a high-ranking US government official, is a “great destroyer” of international peace and stability.

In this sense, he recalled that she stirred up an anti-Russia “conflictive atmosphere” when she visited Ukraine last April and that in her most recent international tour she caused the wrath of the people and authorities of China with her presence in Taiwan.

According to various sources, Washington is the main supplier of arms to that island and would be its greatest military ally in the event of a military conflict with the Asian nation.


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