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KCNA Refutes US Accusation against DPRK over "Human Rights Issue"

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  • Dermot Hudson
    KCNA Refutes US Accusation against DPRK over Human Rights Issue Pyongyang, July 5 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the U.S. State Department recently asserted that
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      KCNA Refutes US Accusation against DPRK over "Human Rights Issue"















      Pyongyang, July 5 (KCNA) -- A spokesman for the U.S. State Department
      recently asserted that "human rights issue" in the DPRK would be a
      top-priority concern of the U.S. as it would adversely affect a process
      for mending the relations with the DPRK.

      In a word this means the DPRK-U.S. relations may improve should the DPRK meet the U.S. demand over the "human rights issue".


      This is a challenge and mockery of the sovereignty and dignity of the DPRK.



      Lurking behind these utterances is a foolish aim to bring its "human
      rights offensive" against the DPRK to success with improved relations
      as a bargaining chip.


      As shown by history,
      the U.S. has always used "human rights issue" as a means for
      interfering and pressurizing other countries in its foreign policy.



      The U.S. talk that the "human rights issue" in the DPRK is its top-
      priority concern only betrays its scenario for aggression to intensify
      the interference in the internal affairs of the DPRK and pressure upon
      it to an extreme pitch.


      The DPRK will never
      allow even the slightest attempt of the U.S. to bring down the
      inviolable socialist system in the DPRK under the pretext of "human
      rights issue".


      By origin, the U.S. has no face
      to talk about the "human rights issue" in the DPRK as it is the worst
      human rights abuser which has systematically violated the rights of the
      Korean people in the most inhuman manner.


      Such "human rights issue" as what the U.S. touted much does not exist in the DPRK.



      The U.S. has wantonly infringed upon the Korean people's rights to live
      and exist through its undisguised armed intervention, genocide and
      persistent and harsh sanctions and blockade, considering the DPRK's
      dignified socialist system as a thorn in its flesh century after
      century.


      The U.S. had better roll back its
      policy of aggression toward the DPRK at once and improve, above all,
      its worst human rights record in the world if it is truly interested in
      human rights.
























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