KCNA: "The DPRK supports the measures taken by the Chinese party and government to solve the problem by way of executing the law with the power of self-control and hopes that their measures would yield desired fruits as early as possible."
KCNA: "The Chinese Party and government areensuring rights and freedom of inhabitants according to the basic law and handling hooligans through legal actions. As the issue of Hong Kong pertains to China's internal affairs, no one has the right to interfere in it."
KCNA: "Extremistsare openly asserting the intervention in the crisis by the U.S. and other Western forces, chanting 'Let's capture Hong Kong' and other slogans. It is the steadfastwill of the Chinese party and government to maintain the line of 'one country and two systems'"
KCNA: "The situation is getting serious in Hong Kong, China as demonstrations against the revision of the lawhave assumed the tendency of opposing the social system and the governmentInterference by the outside world is making the Hong Kong crisis more and more complicated."
5 month ago
"No, I don't think so," @POTUS responds to my question of whether Kim violated a pledge to him with latest missile launches. "He likes testing missiles."
From senior US official: "We are aware of reports of a missile launch from North Korea, and continue to monitor the situation. We are consulting closely with our Japanese and South Korean allies."
NSC members express 'strong concern' about North Korea's launch of projectiles
Japan Ministry of Defence says North Korea is believed to have launched a ballistic missile
Cheong Wa Dae to hold NSC meeting on North Korea's launch of projectiles
Cheong Wa Dae: National Security Council set to meet over North Korea projectile launch
North Korea fires unidentified projectiles into East Sea: JCS
Pentagon: "We encourage Japan and Korea to work together to resolve their differences.We are all stronger -and NE Asia is safer - when the United States, Japan and Korea work together in solidarity and friendship. Intel sharing is key to developing our common defense policy and strategy"
Deputy director of ROK presidential National Security Office says South Korea's government has concluded it is not in the national interest to maintain the agreement signed with Japan to share sensitive military information
South Korea says it is terminating intelligence-sharing pact with Japan amid bitter trade dispute
South Korea says it *will not* renew a military intelligence sharing pact it has with Japan
North Korea notifies U.N. its FM will attend General Assembly in Sept.: source
Reuters: South Korea deputy adviser Kim says SK will hold a National Security Council meeting today to discuss intelligence sharing pact with Japan
North Korea says it has no interest in talks as long as military threats continue
NK Foreign Ministry: "Dangerous and unusual military moves are on the horizon, which would trigger a new cold war on the Korean peninsula and in the region.. ..dialogue accompanied by military threats is of no interest to us"
Suspected North Korean hackers this year used phishing pages to impersonate French government agencies, UN sanctions officials, Stanford University researchers and other organizations focused on Pyongyang's missile program
KCNA: "A delegation of the Rodong Sinmun Offices of the DPRK headed by Deputy Editor-in-Chief Kim Jin Su left here on Wednesday to visit China."
DPRK has already achieved the miniaturization of nuclear warheads, Japan to declare in upcoming defense white paper, according to @Yomiuri_Online
North Korea slams South Korea for joint military drill, warns of consequences
Moon urges North Korea, other parties to seize rare dialogue opportunity
Top North Korean official commits to bolstering military ties with China
KCNA: Chang Youxia "stressed that it is a consistent and firm policy of China to further consolidate and excellently develop China-DPRK relations."
KCNA: "Chang Youxia warmly welcomed the DPRK military delegation on behalf of the Central Military Commission of the PRC and said that the delegation's current visit is of weighty significance in bilateral exchange."
KCNA: "A military delegation of the DPRK led by Army General Kim Su Gil, director of the General Political Bureau of the Korean People's Army, on a visit to Chinahad a talk with Chang Youxia, vice-chairman of the Central Military Commission of the People's Republic of China."
North Korea lashes out at veteran South Korean lawmaker for comments on projectile launch
5 month ago
North Korea's KCNA releases first images of last nights two missile launches, as I guessed, they tested their new Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS)-type weapon