KCNA: "He stressed that the whole army should reliably safeguard and guarantee the all-people struggle for implementing the decisions of the 3rd Plenum of the 7th WPK Central Committee with the matchlessly powerful bayonet."
KCNA: "The Supreme Leader analyzed and reviewed the implementation of the military and political tasks of the People's Armyand indicated theways of the army buildingincluding the issues of establishing more thoroughly the Party's monolithic command system."
KCNA: "It also dealt with the organizational matter on relieving and appointing some members of the WPK Central Military Commission and relieving or transferring senior officials of the armed forces organs and appointing new ones."
KCNA: "The meeting decided on a series of organizational measures to further strengthen the revolutionary army of the Party militarily and politically and improve the overall work for defending the country as required by the developing revolution."
KCNA: "The 1st Enlarged Meeting of the 7th Central Military Commission of the Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) took place. The respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un guided the enlarged meeting."
: "@POTUS is prepared and will be ready to meet [Kim Jong Un] and we're continuing to move forward with the preparations."
"The president is prepared and will be ready to meet" with Kim Jong Un, says @PressSec. "If the North Koreans want to meet we'll be there."
Pentagon: No plans to scale back joint training with South Korea despite protests from Pyongyang. "There's been no talk of reducing anything. There's been no talk of changing our scope. These are annual exercises," chief spokesperson Dana W. White told
KCNA: "It is a lesson shown by the past history that it would never be possible to write a new history of opening up the prospect of the country and nation even though we may sit with those without trust and confidence and without manners. Clear and immutable is our stand."
KCNA: "Unless the serious situation which led to the suspension of the north-south high-level talks is settled, it will never be easy to sit face to face again with the present government of south Korea."
KCNA: "The south Korean authorities are required to think over the present situation turning into an irrevocable worst one, not whiling away time with thoughtless moves to shift the blame on to the DPRK based on a string of lame excuses and pretexts."
KCNA: "The direction of the future north-south ties will entirely depend on the behavior of the south Korean authorities."
KCNA: "The present south Korean authorities have been clearly proven to be an ignorant and incompetent group devoid of the elementary sense of the present situation, of any concrete picture of their dialogue partner and of the ability to discern the present trend of the times."
KCNA: "The south Korean authorities launched the extremely adventurous 2018 Max Thunder joint air combat exercises aimed at precision strike on key strategic objects of the DPRK and the seizure of the air control together with the U.S."
KCNA: "On the other hand, they let human scum hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK and its social system and speak ill of the historic Panmunjom Declaration at the 'National Assembly'."
KCNA: "Far from thinking over the meaning of the step taken by the DPRK and taking necessary follow-up measures, they went so senseless as to express 'regret' and 'urge' something."
Momentum for dialogue and easing of tension on the Korean Peninsula should be cherished by all, says Chinese FM spokesman Lu Kang. DPRK's efforts should be encouraged, welcomed and supported by the international community, he says.
North Korea's chief negotiator Ri Son Gwon condemned the joint South Korea-U.S. air combat drills and criticized South Korea's parliament for holding talks with "human scumbags," without naming who they are
North Korea says it will not sit down for talks with South Korea's current administration unless issues that led to suspension of high-level inter-Korea talks are resolved, says the current admin is incompetent: KCNA
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KCNA: "China, Russia and all other countries that challenge the unipolar world by the U.S. are regarded as targets of obstacle lying in the way of realizing 'peace by strength'."
KCNA: "The U.S. has not given up even a moment its wild design to change the world in its favor, dominating it single-handedly. It regards military spending as the size of strength."
KCNA: "Then, speeches titled 'On protection of swamp in the DPRK' and 'International environment cooperation in the DPRK and region' were made."
KCNA: "A national symposium on the protection and rational use of swamp in the DPRK took placeSpeakers at the symposium noted that the DPRK government chose worldly important and significant swamp areas as migrants and swamp sanctuaries and has conducted brisk activities."