KCNA: "We should deeply study each word and phrase of the policy speech and thus bear in mind confidence that the cause of building a powerful socialist nation is sure to win, thanks to great Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism."
KCNA: "All the officials, party members and working people should deeply study the idea and theory advanced in the policy speech andthoroughly apply them to theirlifeto deeply grasp the idea and principle of building a socialist state laid down in Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism"
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un's historic policy speech 'On Socialist Construction and the Internal and External Policies of the Government of the Republic at the Present Stage'indicates the path foraccomplishing the cause of socialism under the banner of great Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism"
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KCNA: "The sea monitoring persisted by the Japanese reactionaries is designed tosecure justifications for becoming a military giantJapan can never steer clear of standing international isolation, its will notwithstanding if keeps going idiot, stupid and senseless."
KCNA: "It is foolhardy to resort to such thoughtless act to browbeat the DPRK, a country pushing forward the drive of building a powerful socialist country, while meeting the hostile forces' sanctions with strong spirit of independence and self-reliance."
KCNA: "Japan is going dull-witted, swimming against the trend of the times. The political dwarf which raved hoarse about the DPRK's 'possible transshipment' in the seas last year is again floating the 'suspicion about sea dealings', inviting world criticism."
KCNA: "Therefore, even in the case of possible resumption of the dialogue with the U.S., I wish our dialogue counterpart would be not Pompeo but other person who is more careful and mature in communicating with us."
KCNA: "Hanoi summit gives us a lesson that whenever Pompeo pokes his nose in, the talks go wrong without any results even from the point close to success. I am afraid that, if Pompeo engages in the talks again, the table will be lousy once again and the talksbecome entangled."
KCNA: "It is fortunate that the personal relationship between our Chairman of the State Affairs Commission and President Trump is on good terms as usual and our Chairman is pleased to get on well with President Trump."
KCNA: "Pompeo is fabricating stories after his own taste and trying to raise his publicity stunt at the sacrifice of the DPRK-U.S. relations as a wholeby help of his talented skill of fabricating stories like a fiction writer."
KCNA: "The U.S. should get rid of the root cause that pushed us into a nuclear state and obstacles on the way to denuclearization by its own hands; otherwise no one can predict how the situation on the Korean peninsula will turn out."
KCNA: "Pompeo was granted audiences with our Chairman of the State Affairs Commission for several times and pleaded for the denuclearization. Howeverhe spouted reckless remarks hurting the dignity of our supreme leadership at Congress hearingsto unveil his mean character."
KCNA: "We cannot be aware of Pompeo's ulterior motive behind his self-indulgence in reckless remarks; whether he is indeed unable to understand words properly or just pretending on purpose. However, it is a very dangerous situation if he really did not grasp the meaning."
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KCNA: "Kim Jong Unsent a message of greeting to Bashar Al-Assad, president of the Syrian Arab RepublicThe message congratulated the presidenton the 73rd anniversary of its independence. It wished the Syrian governmentsuccesses in the struggle for defendingsovereignty."
North Korea leader supervises test-fire of new tactical guided weapon: KCNA
Kim Jong Un praised the army's "readiness" following his impromptu visit to Unit 1017 of the Air and Anti-aircraft Force of the Korean People's Army
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KCNA: "He abruptly dropped in at the unit in order to learn about the flight drill of a pursuit assault plane group, Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un said it is important to make a sudden inspection ofunit as a fight of the airis waged without previous notice."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Unwith his wife Ri Sol Ju Tuesday inspected the Sinchang Fish FarmHe said that the Sinchang Fish Farm should live up to the Party's trustto continue to take the lead in putting fish farming on a Juche, scientific, modern, industrial and intensive basis."
KCNA: "Hatoyama, ex-prime minister of Japancriticized the Japanese authorities for remaining as a marplot throwing a wet blanket over the atmosphere of peace on the Korean peninsula, urged them to apologize for such issues as forcible drafting and sexual slavery."
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KCNA: "Chairman Kim signed a document in Singapore in June. He's told me no fewer than half a dozen times that he is prepared to denuclearize. I've spent more time with Chairman Kim than Dennis Rodman. I'm very proud of that. (Laughter.)"
North Korea has asked the Russian gov't to allow 40 thousand DPRK laborers to remain in the country despite sanctions