Cuba president meets North Korea's Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un made a speech in welcome of the visit to the DPRK by Miguel Mario Diaz-Canel Bermudez, president of the Council of Stateof the Republic of Cubasaying that the two countries are in the same trench in the struggle for defending sovereignty."
KCNA: "Expressing the belief that the friendly relations between the two countries would grow stronger, the message sincerely wished the Brazilian president-elect success in his responsible work."
KCNA: "Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly of the DPRK, sent a congratulatory message to Jair Messias Bolsonaro, president-elect of Brazil, on Nov. 2."
KCNA: "The Korean Association for Human Rights Studies has requested the competent authorities to find out those responsible and their followers involved in drafting and publishing the 'Report' and take legal actions against them in accordance with the relevant DPRK law."
KCNA: "The so-called 'human rights' campaign made by the hostile forces spreadingfalse materials constitutes a grave violation of the sovereignty of the DPRK and an unbearable insult to the Korean women who are enjoying the socialist civilization to their hearts' content."
KCNA: "The Korean Association for Human Rights Studies categorically rejects and resolutely condemns the anti-DPRK 'human rights' racket by the hostile forces as a serious political provocation against our country andthe sacred dignity of the Korean women."
KCNA: "These abnormal and inflammatory words and deeds are shocking not only our people but also the world, as these are created when the climate of reconciliation and cooperation is prevailing on the Korean peninsula."
KCNA: "The 'Report' issued by such a hypocritical human rights institution as the 'Human Rights Watch', is nothing but the most despicable false document on earth; and therefore, we don't feel any need to make even a word on it."
KCNA: "On November 1 this year, the 'Human Rights Watch', a so-called human rights watchdog headquartered in the United States, has made public a totally preposterous 'Report' to the effect that sexual violence against women is widespread in the DPRK."
KCNA: "It is the fixed stand of the Korean Party and government to boost the traditional relations of friendship and cooperation with the Cuban people, which have been consolidated down through centuries and generations, as required by the new era."
KCNA: "His current visit to the DPRK is a historic event which powerfully demonstrates invincible friendship and unity and comradely friendship of the two peoples who are moving forward shoulder to shoulder in the joint struggle against the imperialists' policy of aggression."
KCNA: "Upon the arrival of Miguel Mario Diaz-Canel Bermudez, president of the Council of Stateof the Republic of Cubathe Korean people warmly welcome Bermudez coming to Pyongyang across the continent and ocean with the feelings of friendship of the fraternal Cuban people."
KCNA: "As soon as the work was released, it aroused a great sensation as it proves the scientific accuracy ant truth of socialism and the inevitability of its victory on the basis of the man-centered philosophical principle and Juche-oriented socio-historical principle."
KCNA: "The imperialist reactionaries were trying to break the faith in socialism among peoples, talking about the 'end of socialism'The Chairman authored the said work to give confidence in socialism to the world progressives aspiring after socialism."
KCNA: "'Socialism Is a Science', an immortal workby Chairman Kim Jong Il in November Juche 83 (1994), serves as a banner of victory in the struggle for accomplishing the socialist causewhen the work was published, the struggle for socialism was faced with serious issues."
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KCNA: "No pressure will work on the DPRK. Japan and EU's persistent bid to internationalize 'human rights issue' of the DPRK in the UN will expose their disgraceful faces and invite derision of the world. Bearing this in mind, they should stop such useless acts."
KCNA: "The DPRK has waited for a long time with patience. However, nothing has changed in its surroundings but itself."
KCNA: "Now that we gave all things possible to the U.S., things it hardly deserves, by taking proactive and good-will measures, what remains to be done is the U.S. corresponding reply. Unless there is any reply, the DPRK will not move even 1 mm, how costly it may be."
KCNA: "As shown, the U.S. is totally to blame for all the problems on the Korean peninsula including the nuclear issue and therefore, the very one that caused all those must untie the knot it made."
KCNA: "The U.S. cannot get rid of a pitiful lot unless it discards its foolish idea and frankly lays bare its inner feelings."
KCNA: "The U.S. thinks that the DPRK came to the negotiations giving in to sanctions. The foolish judgment is the factor of all tragicomedies of the U.S. striking the world people dumb."
KCNA: "The U.S. claims that north Korea's response to dialogue is to get rid of the tough sanctions and the sanctions will not lift until the denuclearization is completed. Even middle school students in Korea ridicule the U.S. assertion."
KCNA: "The U.S. thinks that its oft-repeated 'sanctions and pressure' lead to 'denuclearization'. We cannot help laughing at such a foolish idea. is the time for the U.S. to abandon a foolish idea that the DPRK came out to the negotiating table, yielding to the sanctions."
KCNA: "The U.S. is convinced that the sanctions and pressure increase the bargaining power in negotiations. It is the height of absurditythe U.S. mode of thinking that the brutal way of hurting the other partner in the era of civilizationstill remains in the medieval ages."
KCNA: "The U.S. should not forget what it promised. The improvement of relations and sanctions are incompatible. 'Friendship' is inconsistent with 'pressure'."
KCNA: "The U.S. is derailed from the main subject, the basic orbit of the improvement of the DPRK-U.S. relations and peace, losing the destination confirmed in Singapore and dashes for 'denuclearization based on maximum pressure'."
KCNA: "Every day the high-ranking officials of the White House and the U.S. administration claim that 'sanctions should be kept up until north Korea is denuclearized'Is this a way of removing the hostile relations between the DPRK and the U.S. andimproving their relations"
KCNA: "The U.S. is still suffering from obsessive-compulsive neurosis. Much water flew under the bridge but the U.S. still sticks to the pressure upon the DPRK, repeatedly clamouring about 'denuclearization first, lifting of sanctions next'."