Newspapers Reject UNSC's 'Resolution on Sanctions' against DPRK
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, March 6 (KCNA) -- Leading newspapers here Sunday resolutely reject the UN Security Council's 'resolution on sanctions' against the DPRK.
Rodong Sinmun in an article says that the satellite launch by the DPRK is not an issue to be discussed by others as it is a legal and just measure.
It goes on:
The U.S. and some other countries are running the show at the UNSC, conniving at the launch of satellite or inter-continental ballistic missiles of those countries kowtowing to them but disallowing the satellite launch for peaceful purposes by those countries incurring their displeasure.
The U.S. and its followers wantonly violated the independent right to space development of a sovereign state recognized by international law. This outrageous hostile act indicates that the U.S. strategy of hostility toward the DPRK has reached its height.
But the U.S. is seriously mistaken.
The DPRK has manufactured and launched satellites with its own efforts and by its own technology.
More satellites of Juche Korea would be put on their orbits no matter what others may say and the DPRK will demonstrate its might as a satellite manufacturing and launching state in the future, too.
Minju Joson in a commentary says that the DPRK will remain unfazed by any 'sanctions', stressing the U.S. and other big powers and their followers would be fully accountable for the grave catastrophic consequences to be entailed by the 'resolution on sanctions' against the DPRK. -0-
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