Senior North Korea official says U.S. threw away golden opportunity at summit, warns Kim may rethink launch moratorium.
KCNA: "Hwang Kyo Anhas neither his own view nor philosophy as a politician, not to mention personality or administrative achievements. He has only a wild ambition for power."
KCNA: "The leader is the great servant of the people who devotes his all to their happiness, sharing life and death with them all his lifeSupreme Leader Kim Jong Un is creditably carrying forward the historyof most fervent and sacrificial devotion for the people."
KCNA: "The supreme models of the popular leader are President Kim Il Sung and Chairman Kim Jong Il who remain long in the world history of socialist movement. Their lives are the sacred revolutionary histories of people's leadersgoing through unimaginable hardships and trials."
KCNA: "The leader makes the working masses the owner of the state power and the means of production and leads them totake part in state management with the attitude of the master andfrustrate all pressure, arbitrary practices and moves of aggression by foreign forces."
KCNA: "Rodong Sinmun on Thursday says in an article that the leader is the center of the life of the popular masses and the top intellectThe leader leads the people to victory and glory."
KCNA: "The election is of titanic, historical significance for having demonstrated to the world the might of the DPRK where all the people have been united in one idea and one purpose and laid firm groundwork for realizing the people's aspiration and demand."
KCNA: "99.99 percent of all the electors took part in the election of deputies to the 14th Supreme People's Assemblyand 100 percent of them cast their ballots for the candidatesthe manifestation of the absolute support of all the people for and their trust in the DPRK power."
South Korea, U.S. meet over North Korea, sanctions
: "North Korea's nuclear weapons and missiles remain a pressing concern." (note use of "concern" as opposed to threat)
8 month ago
Special Representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun travels to NYC today for meetings with the United Nations Security Council and key Permanent Representatives.
KCNA: "As the saying goes 'Everyone's dunghill smells well to himself', Japan would be well advised to solve its own deteriorated human rights issue, to begin with, instead of making senseless human rights rhetoric."
"No update" on negotiations with the DPRK, replies @POTUS to reporter's question.
KCNA: "It is a tragedy that the felon Hwang Kyo An who should have been taken to his grave long ago is still crying out for a world change only to enrage all the peopleThe south Korean people will wipe out mercilessly Hwang Kyo An who is identical to Park Geun Hye."
U.S. welcomes U.N. report on North Korea sanctions
North Korea leader not mentioned among deputies newly elected to parliament
KCNA: "Kim Yong Namsent a message of sympathy to Sahlework Zewde, president of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, on Monday over the airliner crash in Ethiopia that claimed loss of many lives. The message expressed deep sympathy and condolences."
KCNA: "All the facts above clearly show to what extent of the sanctions influence came to the pass against the member state of the UN. This is to request the United Nations should review in all respects the 'sanctions resolutions' against the DPRK."
KCNA: "The 'sanctions resolutions' of the Security Council against the DPRK, that prohibit even the shipment of computers, are indeed the action against humanity to destroy modern civilization and turn the society back in a mediaeval dark age."
KCNA: "The tentacle of sanctions is blocking up even the normal activities of holding international meetings of the WHO which is mandated for people's life saving and health management, not only the humanitarian cooperation activitiesin the DPRK."
KCNA: "However, the UN Security Council Committee recently disapproved the shipment of the necessary IT-related equipments for the WHO Regional Committee Session into the DPRK, and thusthe DPRK could not host the Session of the Regional Committee as expected."
KCNA: "The letter reads: the WHO Regional Committee for South-East Asia held in India in September last year has unanimously decided to hold its Seventy-second session in the DPRK during September 2019."
KCNA: "Kim Song, ambassador and permanent representative of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) to the United Nations, sent a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Manuel de Oliveira Gutterres on March 11."
All candidates in North Korea's parliamentary election won with 100% of the vote and turnout was 99.99%, according to state-run media
KCNA: "The Central Election Committee Tuesday releasedresults of the election ofthe 14th Supreme People's AssemblyAccording to the result of vote count, 99.99 percent of all the electorsattended the election and 100 percent of them cast their ballots for the candidates."
ROK detects signs of activity at additional DPRK nuclear facilities
9 month ago
North Korea state TV showed leader Kim Jong-un arriving to vote in the election of deputies in North Korea's parliament.
North Korean vice FM leaves for Russia visit
South Korea keeps close tabs on North Korea missile activities: JCS
KCNA: "All the electors are participating as one in the election for the sake of the prosperity of the socialist country and development of the people's power with their great pride and honor of being members of the great Kim Il Sung's nation and Kim Jong Il's Korea."