White House readout of President Trump's call with President Moon Jae-in of the Republic of Korea: "President Moon briefed President Trump on developments regarding North Korea and inter-Korean talks The two leaders committed to maintain close coordination."
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KCNA: "This is a ludicrous act of dwarf politicians of Japan which is tantamount to one state of the U.S. Japan is an island nation parasitic on the U.S."
KCNA: "Work on the Korean Peninsula is the issue to be solved by our nation responsible for it. Japan has no justification to meddle in it. Nevertheless, the Abe group persists in childish and humiliating mendicant diplomacy in an attempt to realize its black-hearted intention."
KCNA: "Noting that nearly one century has passed since the March First Popular Uprising, the Korean nation has not yet achieved sovereignty across the country."
KCNA: "The Korean people were more miserable than a dog in the house of death under the medieval military rule by the Japanese imperialists. Their pent-up grudge and wrath erupted as a nationwide anti-Japanese resistance on March 1, 1919."
KCNA: "Leading newspapers of the DPRK on Thursday dedicate an editorial and articles to the 99th anniversary of the March First Popular Uprising. They say that the army and people of the DPRK will force Japan to pay dearly for its past crimes."
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KCNA: "Peace is guaranteed on the Korean Peninsula by our proactive and energetic efforts as in the past. Thanks to the peerlessly great man, the future of our nation is rosy and national reunification, long-cherished desire of the nation, will be surely achieved."
KCNA: "Now no one can fault or disregard the peace-loving sincere efforts and measures made by the DPRK to provide a peaceful climate on the Korean Peninsula."
KCNA: "The DPRK gave further momentum to the enthusiasm of the Korean nation for national reunification with the Winter Olympics as an occasionIn a short span of time it mended the north-south relations which had been in the phase of freeze and provided a climate ofdialogue."
KCNA: "The U.S. imperialists remain unchanged in their black-hearted intention to invade our Republic. They never present peace and reunification to the Korean nation."
KCNA: "It is the U.S. imperialists that divided the homogeneous nation of the same blood, which has lived in one territory for over 5000 yearsIt is also the aggressor U.S. which occupied south Korea militarily and has imposed untold misfortunes and sufferings on our people."
KCNA: "Trump's rhetoric that other countries have to suspend nuclear development and modernization first is a far-fetched assertion of a political idiot completely reversing the priority concerning the settlement of the issue."