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U.S. Anti-Syria Moves under Fire

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

    Pyongyang, March 2 (KCNA) -- The United States is blatantly interfering in Syria's internal affairs and contemplating a military aggression against it after groundlessly branding it as a "terrorism sponsor." This is a crime in breach of the UN charter and international law. Newspapers today observe this in signed commentaries. Accusing the U.S. of kicking up a noisy anti-Syria campaign, baselessly linking it to the assassination of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri, Rodong Sinmun says:
    The U.S. singled out Syria together with Iran as the country to be stifled and has since escalated its interference in the internal affairs of Syria and pressure upon it under the absurd pretext of "being a terrorism sponsor" in a bid to implement its policy to invade the Mideast.
    Its anti-Syria campaign has got more frantic since the former Lebanese prime minister was killed in a bomb explosion in Beirut.
    The U.S. is taking the incident as a golden opportunity to slander and internationally isolate Syria and, furthermore, invent a pretext for mounting a military attack on it.
    What the U.S. seeks through this is to justify its aggressive anti-Syria policy and tighten its economic sanctions against the country and increase its political and military pressure upon Syria by labeling it a "terrorist" at any cost and thus finally bring Damascus to its knees and control it. It is the U.S. stereotyped method to pressurize independent countries and commit military aggression against them through a false propaganda and smear campaign.
    The U.S. anti-Syria moves can never be justified as they are a wanton infringement upon the sovereignty of Syria.
    Minju Joson notes that with nothing can the U.S. ever shake the Syrian people's faith and will to defend the sovereignty of the country and nation, firmly convinced in the justice of their cause.

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