DPRK Foreign Ministry Spokesman Slams UN Secretary General’s Invectives Hurting Its Sovereignty: He should observe neutrality, impartiality and objectivity in his work, to begin with, as becoming his position.
A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the DPRK gave the following answer to a question raised by KCNA Thursday in connection with the fact that the UN secretary general has slandered the DPRK by openly pursuing the U.S. hostile policy toward it:
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has recently let loose a string of invectives slandering the inviolable dignity and sovereignty of the DPRK, all the while defending the U.S. hostile acts against it.
Ban said that he was deeply concerned about the violation of the resolution of the UN Security Council, in clear reference to the DPRK’s peaceful satellite launch and the nuclear test for self-defence.
He also made such a coarse invective that the Korean leadership must make efforts to scrap nuclear program and improve the people’s living.
He even defended the U.S. nuclear war exercises against the DPRK.
This proves that he has become so biased as to openly support the hostile forces in their moves for stifling and isolating a sovereign state, a UN member, oblivious of the elementary principle of activities as an official of the international body.
Unbecoming his post as UN Secretary General, Ban is not yet away from his behavior of kowtowing to the U.S. as south Korean “minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade”.
There is outcry among public often that it is unclear whether he is a spokesman for the U.S. Department of State or south Korean “minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade”.
He should observe neutrality, impartiality and objectivity in his work, to begin with, as becoming his position.
If Ban has even an iota of conscience as a Korean, he should not add oil to the flames, subservient to the U.S., but come to his senses and do something helpful to national unity and the peaceful reunification of the country.
Pyongyang, March 14 (KCNA)