Overseas Network, Dec. 16, by strengthening the surveillance of violations of sanctions related to North Korea, the Australian Defense Minister recently decided to send another maritime patrol aircraft to the periphery of the Korean Peninsula. In response, KCNA commented on the 15th, criticizing Australias blind obedience to the United States and warning the Australian authorities to never forget the bitter historical lessons of submission to the United States in Korea in the 1950s.
According to KCNA, the Australian Defense Minister claimed that the purpose of the measure was to cut off sanctions evasion and illegal transactions by North Korea and its related organizations, Australia will maintain its repression on North Korea until it adopts thorough, verifiable and irreversible denuclearization measures.
KCNA pointed out that these remarks run counter to the peaceful atmosphere on the Korean Peninsula and are very abhorrent and have to be concerned about.
KCNA said that thanks to the initiative taken by the DPRK this year, the Korean Peninsula has formed a good atmosphere in line with the aspirations and aspirations of mankind for peace and stability. At present, neighbouring countries and countries all over the world actively welcome the hard-won situation to slow down, and look forward to its lasting stability. At the recent G-20 summit, there were calls for the easing and lifting of sanctions against the DPRK, which is also part of the initiative to make the trend of the situation flow smoothly.
KCNA criticized Australia for reversing the efforts of the international community and pouring cold water on the peaceful atmosphere in the Korean Peninsula and region.
KCNA pointed out that if we want to ensure world peace and security in areas of great significance, the United States recognizes its status by infringing upon the sovereignty of sovereign states, the result will only be self-defeating. Australia should think rationally rather than become a modern version of Don Quixote blindly following the United States.
Source: Overseas Network Responsible Editor: Li Xi_N2587