North Korea qualifies as "hostile" biden's diplomacy

North Korea today accused the United States of carrying out a hostile policy, denounced Washington’s diplomacy as “false” and warned that the president Joe Biden he made a “big mistake” in his “outdated” stance by saying he would use “diplomacy” but also “severe deterrence” to contain Pyonyang’s nuclear ambitions.

Through a statement released today by the North Korean news agency KCNA, the North Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs warned that Biden’s recent statements clearly reflect “his intention to pursue a hostile policy towards the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea), what the United States has been doing for more than half a century. “

“The alleged US diplomacy is a fallacy intended to cover up its hostile acts and the announced deterrence is a means of subjecting the DPRK to nuclear threats,” the text added.

The statement made reference to the first speech that Biden made before both houses of the United States Congress to highlight his achievements during the first 100 days in office and in which he affirmed that his objective continues to be “the complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.” .

The representative of the North Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kwon Jong Gun, described as “slip” the president’s statements on North Korea, describing it as a “serious threat” to the security of the United States and the world, something that “was already expected, as it is a common story of the Americans,” reported the Europa Press news agency.

“His statement clearly reflects his intention to continue pursuing a hostile policy towards North Korea as the United States has done for more than half a century,” Kwon said, adding that “what is intolerable is” that the US chief executive has clarified his position. about North Korea like this in his first political speech. “

According to the brief, it is “an intrusion into Pyongyang’s right of self-defense” that Washington “threatens” through “constant nuclear blackmail.”

From North Korea they add that “the supposed ‘diplomacy’ of the United States is a spurious cartel to cover up its hostile acts.”

“If you insist on tackling ties between the two countries while still clinging to old-fashioned politics from the Cold War perspective and point of view,” the United States “will face an increasingly out-of-control crisis in the near future. Kwon mused.

Another spokesman for the North Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs criticized the US Press Department for describing the measures taken by the authorities to control the coronavirus pandemic as “human rights abuses”.

The United States “has no right to claim Human Rights, as it has inflicted unspeakable suffering and pain on the people of South Korea with an unprecedented hostile and vicious policy.”

“The death of innocent people due to social inequality and racial discrimination is a daily occurrence” in the United States, which is also the country most affected by the coronavirus pandemic, added the document that also addressed the number of deaths in that country for firearms.

The United States must “face an international investigation and take responsibility for its horrific human rights abuses and violations,” the spokesman concluded.

“We have warned the United States enough to understand that it will be harmed if it provokes us,” the North Korean official concluded, adding that “it will surely regret acting lightly, in defiance of our warnings.”

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