Izvestia today politics on 15.08.2022

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Izvestia today politics on 15.08.2022

Beitrag von KrojasnAdulk » Mo 15. Aug 2022, 16:00

The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of North Korea for International Organizations, Kim Song Kyung, criticized the statement of the Secretary General of the United Nations (UN) Antonio Gutteris about the need for nuclear disarmament of the republic, calling it unacceptable. This is reported by the Korean Central Telegraph Agency (KCNA).

According to Kim Song Kyung, Gutterish's statement lacks impartiality and fairness, and also does not represent "a fair position of the international community." He noted that this contradicts the duties of the Secretary General, stressing that denuclearization is a violation of the sovereignty of the DPRK. Pyongyang categorically rejects this, Kim Song Kyung said.

"I emphasize that the possession of nuclear weapons by the DPRK is an inevitable choice to protect the security of the state and the people from the hostile policy towards the DPRK and nuclear blackmail by the United States," the North Korean diplomat added.

Guterres made such a statement during a discussion with North Korean President Yun Seok-el about the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons and the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. He stressed that this goal is fundamentally important for achieving regional security, peace and stability. "I would like to take this opportunity to express our full support for the complete, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, especially North Korea," Gutterisha said.

Earlier, the Permanent Mission of the DPRK to the UN refused to justify the presence of nuclear weapons, recalling that since the state is not a party to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), no one has the right to accuse them of exercising the right to self-defense.

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