S. Korea's Dependence on Foreign Forces Blasted
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, July 14 (KCNA) -- During his recent junket to countries in the Americas traitor Lee Myung Bak of south Korea cooked up what was called "special declaration" while begging for "international cooperation and support" over the case of warship sinking.
Commenting on this, Rodong Sinmun Wednesday says:
Such behavior is a revelation of the south Korean puppet authorities' inveterate sycophancy and extreme frenzy for confrontation with fellow countrymen. It is a sinister hostile action intended to intensify sanctions and pressure upon the DPRK with the help of foreign forces.
The case of warship sinking is not an issue to be handled outside south Korea.
As a poor conspiratorial farce whose falsity has been fully disclosed, the case has become an object of bitter accusation and ridicule at home and abroad.
The UN Security Council brought the debate on this case to an end by publishing a presidential statement that lacks clear-cut judgment or conclusion.
The reality proves that it is by no means a solution to internationalize the case of warship sinking.
The DPRK remains unchanged in the stand to probe the truth about the case to the last now that the south Korean ruling quarters are persistently linking it with the DPRK for no ground. The solution to this issue under the present situation is for the south Korean authorities to receive the inspection group of the DPRK National Defence Commission and conduct an inter-Korean joint investigation.
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