Saturday, August 28, 2010

US-S. Korea Saber-Rattling Condemned-KCNA

US-S. Korea Saber-Rattling Condemned

Pyongyang, August 25 (KCNA) -- British political parties and organizations held a rally and demonstration outside the U.S. and south Korean embassies in London on Aug. 17 in protest against the Ulji Freedom Guardian joint military exercises of the U.S. and the south Korean puppet authorities.

Present there were figures of political parities and organizations including the New Communist Party of Britain, the British Group for the Study of the Juche Idea, the British Association for the Study of Songun Policy and the British Branch of the Korean Friendship Association and popular masses.

A statement issued by the British branch denouncing provocative UFG was read out and speeches were made at the rally.

Speakers branded the said saber-rattling as the anti-DPRK war exercises for aggression, contending the presence of the U.S. troops in south Korea is contrary to the resolution of the 30th Session of the UN General Assembly and the Korean Armistice Agreement.

Praising the socialist system of the DPRK as the most advantageous one in the world, they called for fully supporting and protecting the DPRK.

They staged a demonstration, shouting slogans "Stop the war exercises!", "Down with the Lee Myung Bak puppet regime!" and "U.S. forces, quit south Korea!" with placards reading "U.S. imperialists, take hands off Korea" and "We oppose UN sanctions" and flags of the DPRK in their hands.