30 June 2017

News Story: DPRK slams S. Korean gov't for hostile attitude

PYONGYANG, June 29 (Xinhua) -- The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Thursday criticized South Korean President Moon Jae-in for yielding to pressure from the United States by adopting a hostile attitude towards the north.

A spokesman for the National Peace Committee of Korea, an official organ of the DPRK dealing with inter-Korean ties, said South Korean military and U.S. forces staged joint drills of bombing the nuclear facilities of the DPRK in both South Korea and the U.S. mainland and a "unification drill in 2017" recently.

The Korean Central News Agency quoted the spokesman as saying, without naming the South Korean president, that the "South Korean chief executive" and his top officials also made anti-DPRK remarks during visits to military bases at the front lines and missile launching sites recently.

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