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Japan's Reckless Scenario to Stifle Chongryon Flayed

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

Pyongyang, July 13 (KCNA) -- Shortly ago, the Japanese Supreme Court made its ruling at a hearing on the "litigation instituted by the Resolution and Collection Corporation" that if the premises of the Central Headquarters of the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon) and its land can be confiscated if they are confirmed to be the properties of Chongryon.

Rodong Sinmun Tuesday observes in a signed commentary in this regard:

This is a premeditated scenario of Japan to completely eradicate Chongryon not only financially but also as a base.

Citing facts to prove that the Japanese reactionaries have escalated their moves to stifle Chongryon for several years, the commentary notes: The above-said moves are little short of the criminal acts against the DPRK that have been intensified as part of the sanctions against the DPRK and the moves to stifle it.

The main thrust of Japan's anti-DPRK campaign is the moves to stifle Chongryon internally.

The danger of Japan's anti-DPRK campaign kicked up externally these days finds a striking manifestation in its attempt to "inspect" DPRK-flagged ships in the open sea.

The above-said moves to grab the premises of the Central Headquarters of Chongryon and "inspect" DPRK-flagged ships in the open sea are a wanton violation of the sovereignty of the DPRK. This is also an undisguised political and military provocation to the DPRK.

The Japanese reactionaries' anti-DPRK campaign is nothing but a dirty and reckless action of the henchmen of the U.S. and political pygmies.

Japan is sadly mistaken if it calculates that its shameless and reckless behavior will work on the DPRK.

The Japanese reactionaries would be well advised to bear deep in mind that a mere reckless action taken by them may trigger off a war.

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