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DPRK backs up Russia’s sovereignty against US threats


DPRK backs up Russia’s sovereignty against US threats

Pyongyang, Oct 5 (Prensa Latina) The Foreign Ministry of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Wednesday backed up Russia's decision regarding the Donetsk and Lugansk republics.

The director general of the North Korean Foreign Ministry’s Department of International Organizations, Jo Chol Su, recalled that last month these territories, together with the Kherson and Zaporizhzhia regions, held a referendum on their accession to Russia.

This exercise was conducted in compliance with the United Nations Charter, which stipulates the principles of people’s equality and self-determination, and showed the will of local inhabitants, the majority of whom supported integration into Russia, Jo noted.

We revere this decision and support the Russian Government’s position to accept such a referendum, the official added.

Last September 30, the UN Security Council voted on a draft resolution against Russia, submitted by the United States, which was rejected due to Russia’s veto.

On this issue, Jo warned that Washington intends to use the UN Security Council to keep the world unipolarized, which goes against the current times.

The United States wants to maintain its hegemony to intervene in the internal affairs of independent countries and violate their legal rights.

But the world is watching and no longer accepts this routine method of the 20th century. We are living a new dawn, a new reality, the official asserted.


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