Withdrawal of U.S. Aggressor Forces from S. Korea Called for
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, May 29 (KCNA) -- In order to realize the Koreans' desire for independent reunification, peace and prosperity they should get the U.S. forces withdrawn from south Korea as early as possible and put an end to its policy of colonial domination.
Rodong Sinmun Friday observes this in a signed article.
It goes on:
The withdrawal of the U.S. forces from south Korea is an indispensable requirement for the independent development and democracy of the south Korean society, a precondition for ensuring peace on the Korean Peninsula and a prerequisite to the independent reunification of the nation.
The U.S. presence and domination over south Korea are hurdles lying in the way of the socio-political development and democracy of south Korea and the root cause of all sorts of misfortune and sufferings its people are now undergoing.
There is neither independence nor human rights in south Korea which the U.S. imperialist aggressors lord it over. The U.S. forces are no more than aggressors and occupation forces that are implementing the U.S. policy of aggression toward the DPRK and its policy of domination over south Korea on the spot.
The U.S. imperialist aggressor forces have never allowed the south Korean people to desire independence and democracy, progress and reunification.
The U.S. has threatened the DPRK by force of arms and done harm to the peace on the peninsula with its racket for a war of aggression against the north.
The U.S. helped ultra-right conservative forces come back to power in south Korea to block Korea's reunification.
Had the U.S. imperialists pulled its forces out of south Korea according to the resolution of the 30th UN General Assembly, the Koreans would have achieved the country's reunification long ago through reconciliation and concerted efforts.
The U.S. should unconditionally withdraw its aggressor forces from south Korea as unanimously demanded by the Koreans.
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