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Having Attacked a South Korean Ship, North Korea Blasts ‘Wicked Warmongers’

Via The New Yorker’s twitter feed, North Korea, fresh from an unprovoked naval attack that killed 46 South Korean sailors, accuses South Korean President Lee

Jul 31, 2020
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Via The New Yorker’s twitter feed, North Korea, fresh from an unprovoked naval attack that killed 46 South Korean sailors, accuses South Korean President Lee Myung-bak of being a “wicked warmonger.” This call for “all-out counterattack” is from North Korea’s official news service:
“The Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea, accordingly, formally declares that from now on it will put into force the resolute measures to totally freeze the inter-Korean relations, totally abrogate the agreement on non-aggression between the north and the south and completely halt the inter-Korean cooperation.
“In this connection, the following measures will be taken at the first phase:
“1. All relations with the puppet authorities will be severed.
“2. There will be neither dialogue nor contact between the authorities during (South Korean President) Lee Myung Bak’s tenure of office.
“3. The work of the Panmunjom Red Cross liaison representatives will be completely suspended.
“4. All communication links between the north and the south will be cut off.
“5. The Consultative Office for North-South Economic Cooperation in the Kaesong Industrial Zone will be frozen and dismantled and all the personnel concerned of the south side will be expelled without delay.
“6. We will start all-out counterattack against the puppet group’s ‘psychological warfare against the north.’
“7. The passage of south Korean ships and airliners through the territorial waters and air of our side will be totally banned.
“8. All the issues arising in the inter-Korean relations will be handled under a wartime law.
“There is no need to show any mercy or patience for such confrontation maniacs, sycophants and traitors and wicked warmongers as the (South Korean President) Lee Myung Bak group.”
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