United Actions of Koreans to Preserve Peace Called for
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, April 21 (KCNA) -- The north and the south should take joint actions to frustrate the U.S. imperialists' moves to ignite a war of aggression on the Korean Peninsula, says Rodong Sinmun Friday in a signed article. The Koreans desirous of the reunification of the country and peace on the Korean Peninsula can certainly avert a war if they wage an unflinching struggle against the U.S. imperialists' moves for aggression and war by their concerted efforts, the article says, and goes on:
There are the treasured sword of Songun reliably protecting the dignity and sovereignty of the nation and an inexhaustible patriotic strength of the 70 million Koreans who will never allow the outsiders' aggression and war. The Korean people neither want a war nor avoid it. They are fully ready to resolutely fight against the imperialists if they come out to infringe upon the sovereignty of the DPRK.
The present situation requires the Korean nation not just to talk about peace on the Korean Peninsula but protect it through actions.
All the Koreans in the north and the south are just like one community linked with the same destiny as regards the issue of peace on the peninsula. To put an end to the U.S. domination and interference in south Korea and reunify the country represents not only a struggle to realize the cherished desire of the Korean nation but a just and patriotic struggle to foil the U.S. imperialists' moves to provoke a new war and defend peace and security on the Korean Peninsula. The U.S. is getting evermore frantic in its moves to bolster its forces and large-scale nuclear war exercises targeted against the north under the signboard of relocation and "strategic flexibility" of its forces in south Korea in a bid to provoke a new war. Now that the outsiders are bringing dark clouds of a nuclear war to hang over the peninsula peace should not be begged for. Only concerted efforts of all the Koreans can defend peace.
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