North Korea: We destroy the enemies that are preventing peaceful living

Geneva Matthews
October 17, 2017

North Korea's delegation has stated that it considers nuclear weapons the only effective means of protecting the country's sovereignty, Federation Council Speaker Valentina Matvienko told reporters on Monday after a meeting with Deputy Chairman of North Korea's Supreme People's Assembly Ahn Dong Chun on the sidelines of the Inter-Parliamentary Union assembly.

North Korea's delegation is not ready for talks with South Korean representatives at the Inter-Parliamentary Union assembly, according to Matvienko.

"Australia is showing unsafe moves of zealously joining the frenzied political and military provocations of the U.S.", said the North Korean spokesperson. She called the North's behavior illegal, provocative and threatening [VIDEO].

Kim has fired scores of missile test this year and detonated a H-bomb as the fears of war reach fever pitch in the Korean Peninsula.

The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), a mouthpiece for the North Korean government, said Australia had been making "dangerous moves" by allying with the United States on Sunday (NZ time).

"Australia will continue to work with allies, friends and partners on a collective strategy to impose maximum pressure - diplomatic and economic - on the North Korean regime so it changes its behaviour and we compel it back to the negotiating table".

Australia's Veterans Affairs Minister Dan Tehan echoed Bishop's remarks in an interview with Sky News. Ms. Bishop explained that the communist regime blatantly defied the resolutions of the United Nations Security Council by pressing on with its nuclear and missile tests.

"The Australian foreign minister personally expressed her support for the stand of the USA to consider all options, including the use of force towards the DPRK, and turned up at Panmunjom on October 11 together with the Australian defence minister to condemn the DPRK during her visit to South Korea", KCNA reported.

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