Pyongyang, July 28 (KCNA) -- South Korean puppet Minister of Foreign Affairs Yun Pyong Se, when referring to the nuclear deal of Iran during his recent meeting with a diplomatic chief of a country, talked rubbish that the DPRK's line of simultaneously developing the two fronts is "anachronistic" and it should "make a switchover in its attitude."
He even begged for support for the south's policy of confrontation with the fellow countrymen in the north, crying out for the "earliest solution to the north's nuclear issue."
Commenting on this, Minju Joson Tuesday says such reckless remarks can be uttered only by a confrontation maniac steeped in bitterness toward the fellow countrymen to the marrow of his bones.
Iran's nuclear agreement is an achievement made by it through its persevering efforts to get its right to independent nuclear activities recognized and have sanctions on it lifted, the commentary notes, and goes on:
But the DPRK has situation completely different from Iran.
The DPRK is a nuclear weapons state in both name and reality and nuclear weapons states all have their own interests.
No wonder, the assertion that "it is not worth at all to compare North Korea with Iran" is being heard even from the U.S.
However, Yun Pyong Se went so impudent as to talk about "an opportunity of solving the north's nuclear issue". This casts doubt as to whether he has elementary thinking faculty and the ability of judging the situation.
The puppet forces are busy hatching plots to do harm to the DPRK and staging a farce for soliciting "cooperation for international pressure on it" while paying lip-service to "dialogue". This only reveals their true colors as confrontation maniacs. -0-