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DPRK accuses U.S. of escalation in Ukraine conflict

Pyongyang, Jan 27 (Prensa Latina) The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Friday accused the United States of being responsible for the escalation in the Ukraine conflict by providing more arms to Kyiv in its attempt to destroy Russia.

In a statement by the state-run ACNC news agency, Kim Yo Jong, Deputy Department Head of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party in North Korea, said the U.S. government and allies are exposing the entire Europe to a serious war risk.

Washington recently proved its aggressive stance on Moscow by officially publishing a new arm supply to Ukrainian troops.

Kim Yo Jong considered the U.S. arms supplies to be part of what she called a sinister intention to expand the war for destroying Russia.

She assured the world would be safer and more peaceful without Washington’s hegemonic plans, which pose serious threats and challenges to Russia’s strategic security.

In addition to expressing her serious concern about this matter, Kim Yo Jong categorically condemned the White House’s stance for an escalation in the Ukraine conflict.

She also accused the U.S. government and its Western allies of undermining world peace and security, and assured they have no moral authority to censure the right of self-defense of sovereign states.

Nevertheless, Kim Yo Jong expressed his confidence in the victory of the Russian people and army over Washington´s plans.

No matter how desperate the US actions may be, they will never be able to break the heroic impetus of the Russian army and people who embody fervent patriotism, tenacity and great spiritual strength, she said.


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