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Rodong Sinmun Slams Anti-DPRK Leaflet Scattering

Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)

Pyongyang, November 20 (KCNA) -- The inter-Korean relations are now inching close to the phase of serious catastrophe mainly because of the leaflet scattering operations of the south Korean authorities aimed to malignantly slander the DPRK. Rodong Sinmun Thursday says this in an article.

The anti-DPRK leaflet scattering operations are a product of the invariable confrontational policy of the south Korean puppet authorities, the article says, and goes on:

There have been many regimes in south Korea. However, history knows no such regime as the present south Korean authorities who are busy conducting frantic anti-DPRK leaflet scattering operations to hurl mud at their compatriots.

It is the invariable policy goal of the south Korean authorities to realize the wild ambition to stifle the DPRK by ratcheting up sanctions and pressure upon the DPRK in collusion with outside forces and conducting such despicable psychological warfare as leaflet dropping.

The leaflet dropping is a link of the anti-DPRK 'human rights' racket of the south Korean authorities.

Spy and intelligence services of south Korea are giving a petty amount of money to defectors from the north who fled to the south after committing crimes or abandoning their families, and hurling them into a false propaganda against the DPRK. They are taking them even to the international arena for a malignant smear campaign against the DPRK on the basis of fabrications.

The anti-DPRK leaflet scattering operations of such wicked traitors are part of the 'human rights' racket against it.

If the south Korean authorities truly stand for north-south dialogue and the mending of the relations, they should drop their daggers hidden under their belts and stop all hostile acts including anti-DPRK leaflet scattering operations.



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