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DPRK rejects NATO chief’s trip to South Korea and Japan


DPRK rejects NATO chief’s trip to South Korea and Japan

Pyongyang, Jan 30 (Prensa Latina) The International Policy Study Association of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) rejected the visit of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) secretary general to the region.

NATO Chief Jens Stoltemberg has been on a tour of South Korea and Japan since Monday.

The North Korean association warned about the presence of the highest authority of the military organization in the Asia-Pacific region and recalled that it was precisely this bloc that turned Ukraine into a war camp.

It is a well-known fact that NATO has long been trying to expand its zone of influence from Europe to Asia-Pacific, which has become the strategic center of the world, researcher Kim Tong Myong noted.

The expert stated that the military bloc intends to extend its claws in the region by expanding cooperation, with exclusive security alliances such as AUKUS, QUAD and Five Eyes.

Particularly in recent years, the strengthening of NATO’s bilateral relations with South Korea and Japan, countries which it considers key links to realize its hegemonic ambitions, is more than ever a matter of concern, the International Policy Studies Association note stressed.

It is only a matter of time before the South Korean and Japanese armaments that will be delivered to NATO as a result of this visit appear on the Ukrainian front.

Countries from the region and international society will have to be extremely vigilant about the military organization’s approach to Asia-Pacific, the text concluded.


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