Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Pyongyang citizens voice indignation at South Korean regime -KCNA

Pyongyang citizens voice indignation at South Korean regime

Pyongyang, June 4 (KCNA) -- Upon the release of a statement of the spokesman for the General Staff of the Korean People's Army, Pyongyang citizens are expressing their indignation against heinous crimes committed by the south Korean regime recently.

U Suk Yong (22), a weaver of the Pyongyang Textile Mill, said in an interview with KCNA:

The provocation perpetrated by the Lee Myung Bak group of traitors is a hysteric act beyond imagination and the culmination of its confrontation moves against the fellow countrymen in the north. It throws all the Koreans into consternation.

I consider the DPRK's supreme dignity as the dignity and honor common to the nation. I will do my best to defend it under any circumstances.

Ri Won Thaek (57), a department director of the Ministry of Mining Industry, said:

The south Korean puppet authorities should take a measure for immediately punishing those mainly responsible for the anti-national crimes. There can be neither excuse nor empty talk about the thrice-cursed crimes.

They should make a formal apology to the whole nation for the hideous provocation and provide an official guarantee for preventing its recurrence.