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The Institute for American Studies of the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK Released a Research Report
The Institute for American Studies of
the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK Released
a Research Report
The Institute for American Studies of the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK released a research report on June 25, 2023, to give the full picture of the war of aggression provoked by the U.S. against the DPRK in the 1950s and to disclose once again the aggressive nature of the U.S. still making desperate efforts to ignite a nuclear war.
The report said that 73 years have elapsed since the U.S. provocation of the Korean War, pointing out that the Korean War was a war of aggression planned and provoked by the U.S. in a bid to nip the young Democratic People’s Republic of Korea existed no more than two years in the bud and conquer the whole world including Asia. Nevertheless, the U.S. is still deceiving the world telling all kinds of sophistry to cover up the criminal truth behind a war of aggression against the DPRK provoked by it century after century, it noted.
Far from drawing a due lesson from the disgraceful defeat it suffered in the Korean War, the U.S. is persistently pursuing military hostile policy toward the DPRK and so there is a touch-and-go grave military and political situation in which thermo-nuclear war may break out at any time on the Korean peninsula and in its vicinity, it said. It cited detailed facts to prove that the U.S. is a provoker of the war of aggression against the DPRK and wrecker of peace and stability on the Korean peninsula and in its vicinity.
The report stressed :
The military and political situation in the Korean peninsula and its surrounding areas is reminiscent of the eve of the Korean War of the 1950s because of the delusional anti-Republic military confrontation and rhetorical threats.
The powerful self-defensive nuclear deterrent possessed by the DPRK to cope with daily increasing worrying military hostile acts of the U.S., is the only and one guarantee for ensuring the balance of force on the Korean peninsula, reliably defending the regional peace and stability and preventing the recurrence of the war.
The U.S. should recognize the grim reality that if it resorts to its greedy and swaggering military provocations against the DPRK more persistently than ever before the result will be directly proportion to it and it will only add to the worsening security crisis of the U.S. mainland and therefore, the U.S. should stop all the hostile acts against the DPRK before it is too late.
Unless the U.S. anachronistic hostile policy toward the DPRK and persistent military threats to it are rooted out, the DPRK’s efforts for bolstering up its self-defensive capabilities for safeguarding its sovereignty, dignity and security and preserving regional peace and stability will be further accelerated and its exercise of the just right to self-defense as a sovereign state will continue in the future, too.