Monday, 16. July 2018

North KoreaOn June 12, DPRK leader and chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) Kim Jong Un met with U.S. President Donal Trump in Singapore in order to carry out the first summit between the two countries. According to Rodong Sinmun, the organ of the CC of the WPK, the two leaders had a candid exchange of views for putting an end to the decades-long hostile relations between the two countries and for building a permanent and durable peace mechanism on the Korean Peninsula.

Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, paid an unofficial visit to China from March 25 to 28 at the invitation of Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, president of the People's Republic of China and chairman of the Central Military Commission.

Brian Becker, co-director of ANSWER Coalition and co-founder of the PSL, commented on the possible meeting of the US president Trump and the DPRK leader Kim Jong Un.

An article which covers excerpts from a presentation given by Brian Becker on the possible meeting of the US president Trump and the DPRK leader Kim Jong Un has been published on Liberation. Becker indicates that DPRK does not hope for a "security guarantee" from the US and only desires a normalization of relations between the US.

Workers' Party of Korea released a commentary rebuking the hostility of US and its allies against their misleading accusations of DPRK being involved in cyber attacks.

ICP, 2 February 2018

As the cyber attack accusations turned out to be false, Workers Party of Korea released a commentary on January 29th, rebuking the hostility of US and its allies such as Britain against DPRK and their misleading accusations of DPRK being involved in cyber attacks.

Ri Yong Ho. Photo: UN Photo/Cia PakRi Yong Ho. Photo: UN Photo/Cia PakNew York, 23rd September 2017

Mr. President,

First of all, allow me to congratulate Your Excellency Mr. Miroslav Lajcak on your election as the President of the 72nd Session of the United Nations General Assembly. I look forward to successful outcome of the present session under your able guidance. Before going into the main points in my debate, I feel forced to make comments on the speech uttered four days ago by someone called the U.S. president that rendered this sacred UN arena tainted.

kke greeceThe Press Office of the CC of the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) in its statement on the dangerous developments in the Korean Peninsular mentions that:

"The KKE expresses its intense concern about the dangerous situation in the Korean Peninsular. The developments reflect the escalation of the economic and military competition and inter-imperialist contradictions in the entire Asia and Pacific region between powerful capitalist states and business interests, at an international and regional level. It is not the result of choices of the allegedly "crazy" leaders of the USA and North Korea, as is being deliberately cultivated by the mass media in order to conceal the real causes of the confrontation.

KCNAThe Nuclear Weapons Institute of the DPRK gave the following statement in connection with the perfect success in the test of a hydrogen bomb forIntercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM):

Scientists in the nuclear field of the DPRK successfully carried out a test of H-bomb for ICBM in the northern nuclear test ground of the DPRK at 12:00 on September 3, true to the Workers' Party of Korea's plan for building a strategic nuclear force.

North KoreaGeneral Kim Rak Gyom, commander of the Strategic Force of the Korean People's Army, released the following statement on August 9:

As already clarified, the Strategic Force of the KPA is seriously examining a plan for an enveloping strike at Guam through simultaneous fire of four Hwasong-12 intermediate-range strategic ballistic rockets in order to interdict the enemy forces on major military bases on Guam and to signal a crucial warning to the US.

North KoreaThe Government of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea on Monday issued a statement over the fact that the U.S. and other hostile forces, terrified at the growth of the DPRK's state nuclear force in quality and quantity, are steeped in the most intensive sanctions, pressure and provocations against it.

The statement says:

On August 6, the U.S. framed up "sanctions resolution" 2371 at the United Nations Security Council which is geared to completely block the DPRK's economic development and improvement of the people's livelihood, branding its test-launch of ICBM as "a threat to international peace and security".

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