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DPRK warns US of reactions by ‘ultimate means’
    2017-September-12  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) yesterday warned that the United States would face a “series of action tougher than it has ever envisaged” if Washington pushes through a new U.N. resolution imposing extra sanctions on Pyongyang.

“The sanctions and pressure racket of the United States to completely obliterate the DPRK’s sovereignty and right to existence is reaching an extremely reckless phase,” said the DPRK’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement.

“The United States is going frantic to fabricate the harshest ever ‘sanctions resolution’ by manipulating the United Nations Security Council over the DPRK’s ICBM mountable H-bomb test,” it said.

“The DPRK is ready and willing to use any form of ultimate means” to respond to the new sanctions, the statement warned.

It accused the United States of “trying to use the DPRK’s legitimate self-defensive measures as an excuse to strangle and completely suffocate it,” saying that the latest missile and nuclear tests by the DPRK are aimed at deterring U.S. threats to peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula.

“Since the United States is revealing its nature as a blood-thirsty beast obsessed with the wild dream of reversing the DPRK’s development of the state nuclear force, which has already reached the completion phase, there is no way that the DPRK is going to wait and let the U.S. feast on it,” it said.

“In case the U.S. eventually does rig up the illegal and unlawful ‘resolution’ on harsher sanctions, the DPRK shall make absolutely sure that the United States pays due price,” it added.

The United States and Japan are pushing for a new sanctions resolution against the DPRK at the U.N. Security Council, after Pyongyang tested a hydrogen bomb one week ago.

The United Nations passed a resolution last month imposing additional sanctions on the DPRK and banning its export of coal, iron, iron core and sea food, after it tested two ICBM missiles in July.

Meanwhile, South Korea’s Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha said yesterday she viewed the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula as a long-term, biggest challenge as it takes time to achieve the goal of a complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization.

Kang reiterated Seoul’s position that its eventual goal was to denuclearize the peninsula through a complete dismantlement of the DPRK’s nuclear program. She said that Seoul will continue to work to achieve the denuclearization in a peaceful manner.

“It will not be easy, but we are steadfast in moving in that direction with patience and perseverance,” she added.(Xinhua)

 

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