Monday, February 16, 2009

North Korea on its "Right to Space Development"

In which "anti-DPRK hostile forces" are accused of a "vicious trick":
Recently the U.S. and some other countries claimed that the DPRK is making "preparations for launching long-distance missile."

It is a grave challenge to the DPRK that the anti-DPRK hostile forces spread the rumor about the DPRK's "preparations for launching a long-distance missile" with the "collected information" without proper understanding of the fact.

This is a vicious trick to put a brake on the wheel of not only the DPRK's building of military capability for self-defence but also scientific researches for peaceful purpose under the pretext of missile.

One will come to know later what will be launched in the DPRK.
I bet one will.
Space development is the independent right of the DPRK and the requirement of the developing reality.

The DPRK's latest science and technology developing day by day in conformity with the trend of the present times when the world is advancing toward the road of pioneering space have registered big successes in the field of space development, too.

Dishonest forces are asserting that the DPRK is doing provocative deed in order to draw attention from anyone. But, such assertion itself is an insult to the DPRK.

The DPRK has no need to draw anyone's attention and wants nobody to interfere or meddle in the issue of the Korean Peninsula where only the Koreans live.
Glad that's cleared up.

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