KCNA: "Kim Son Mi, a Pyongyang citizen, told KCNA that she patronizes natural rose-water cosmetics for skin protection to be talked of having healthy and elastic skin."
KCNA: "Over 100 kinds of its products, including cosmetics for moisturizing, whitening and anti-aging, medicinal cosmetics and make-ups, were awarded the Q/C (ISO 9001:2008) and GMP authentications."
KCNA: "On the basis of detailed analysis of the global trend of cosmetics development, it has pushed ahead with the production of natural, innocuous and functional cosmetics."
KCNA: "The Pyongyang Cosmetics Factory was reconstructed as a technology-intensive model factory and the main cosmetics producer of the country in October Juche 106 (2017)."
KCNA: "'Unhasu'-trademarked cosmetics produced by the Pyongyang Cosmetics Factory in the DPRK are winning popularity at the ongoing 21st Pyongyang Spring International Trade Fair. Among them are skin protection cosmetics, cleansing cosmetics and new toiletries for men."
KCNA: "The message wished the president bigger success in his responsible work for the country's independent progress and prosperity, expressing again the belief that the friendly and cooperative ties between the two countries would expand."
KCNA: "Kim in the message said that the re-election of Nicolas Maduro Moros as president is an expression of the firm will of all the people of Venezuela to advance the Bolivarian revolution to the last and their trust in him."
KCNA: "Kim Yong Namon May 21 sent a congratulatory message to Nicolas Maduro Moros upon his re-election as president of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela."
KCNA: "In case the U.S. offends against our goodwill and clings to unlawful and outrageous acts, I will put forward a suggestion to our supreme leadership for reconsidering the DPRK-U.S. summit."
KCNA: "We will neither beg the U.S. for dialogue nor take the trouble to persuade them if they do not want to sit together with us. Whether the U.S. will meet us at a meeting room or encounter us at nuclear-to-nuclear showdown is entirely dependent upon the decisionof the U.S."
KCNA: "It is the U.S. who has asked for dialogue, but it is misleading the public opinion as if we have invited them to sit with us. I only wonder what is the ulterior motive behind its move and what is it the U.S. has calculated to gain from that."
KCNA: "To borrow their words, we can also make the U.S. taste an appalling tragedy it has neither experienced nor even imagined up to now."
KCNA: "In view of the remarks of the U.S. high-ranking politicians who have not yet woken up to this stark reality and compare the DPRK to Libya that met a tragic fate, I come to think that they know too little about us."
KCNA: "Soon after the White House National Security Adviser Bolton made the reckless remarks, Vice-President Pence has again spat out nonsense that the DPRK would follow in Libya's footstep."
KCNA: "We could surmise more than enough what a political dummy he is as he is trying to compare the DPRK, a nuclear weapon state, to Libya that had simply installed a few items of equipment and fiddled around with them."
KCNA: "If he is vice-president of 'single superpower' as is in name, it will be proper for him to know even a little bit about the current state of global affairs and to sense to a certain degree the trends in dialogue and the climate of detente."
KCNA: "As a person involved in the U.S. affairs, I cannot suppress my surprise at such ignorant and stupid remarks gushing out from the mouth of the U.S. vice-president."
KCNA: "Choe Son Hui, vice-minister of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK, issued the following press statement on Thursday: At an interview with Fox News on May 21, the U.S. Vice-President Pence has made unbridled and impudent remarks that north Korea might end like Libyaand so on."
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Plane carrying South Korean journalists landed in Wonsan, North Korea moments ago. They're a last-minute addition to the nuclear site visit after being denied visas amid rising tensions. We expect to depart for Punggye Ri in a matter of hours.
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