Pernyataan press Wakil Menteri Pertama Luar Negeri DPRK, Kim Kye Gwan.
Korut bukan Irak dan juga bukan Libia!!! Perdamaian tidak dicapai dengan 
mengorbankan kedaulatan nasional dan martabat bangsa, alias mencium pantat 
imperialis!! Iming-iming "bantuan" ekonomi tak akan bisa menyuap Korut untuk 
meninggalkan senjata nuklirnya!!! Semenanjung Korea baru akan sungguh-sungguh 
menjadi zone bebas nuklir kalau AS berhenti dengan semua ancaman dan latihan 
militernya. Press Statement by Kim Kye GwanFirst Vice-Minister of Foreign 
Affairs of DPRK

Pyongyang, May 16 (KCNA) -- KimKye Gwan, first vice-minister of Foreign Affairs 
of the DPRK, made public thefollowing press statement on Wednesday:
Kim Jong Un, chairman of theState Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's 
Republic of Korea, made astrategic decision to put an end to the unpleasant 
history of the DPRK-U.S.relations and met Pompeo, U.S. secretary of state, for 
two times during hisvisit to our country and took very important and 
broad-minded steps for peaceand stability in the Korean peninsula and the world.

In response to the nobleintention of Chairman Kim Jong Un, President Trump 
stated his position forterminating the historically deep-rooted hostility and 
improving the relationsbetween the DPRK and the U.S.

I appreciated the positionpositively with an expectation that upcoming 
DPRK-U.S. summit would be a bigstep forward for catalyzing détente on the 
Korean peninsula and building agreat future.

But now prior to the DPRK-U.S.summit, unbridled remarks provoking the other 
side of dialogue are recklesslymade in the U.S. and I am totally disappointed 
as these constitute extremelyunjust behavior.

High-ranking officials of the White House and the Department of Stateincluding 
Bolton, White House national security adviser, are letting loose theassertions 
of so-called Libya mode of nuclear abandonment, "complete,verifiable and 
irreversible denuclearization", "total decommissioningof nuclear weapons, 
missiles, biochemical weapons". etc, while talkingabout formula of "abandoning 
nuclear weapons first, compensatingafterwards".

This is not an expression ofintention to address the issue through dialogue.. 
It is essentially a manifestation of awfully sinistermove to impose on our 
dignified state the destiny of Libya or Iraq which hadbeen collapsed due to 
yielding the whole of their countries to big powers.

I cannot suppress indignation atsuch moves of the U.S., and harbor doubt about 
the U.S. sincerity for improvedDPRK-U.S. relations through sound dialogue and 

World knows too well that our country is neither Libya nor Iraq whichhave met 
miserable fate.

It is absolutely absurd to darecompare the DPRK, a nuclear weapon state, to 
Libya which had been at theinitial stage of nuclear development.

We shed light on the quality of Bolton already in the past, and we donot hide 
our feeling of repugnance towards him.

If the Trump administrationfails to recall the lessons learned from the past 
when the DPRK-U.S. talks hadto undergo twists and setbacks owing to the likes 
of Bolton and turns its earto the advice of quasi-"patriots" who insist on 
Libya mode and thelike, prospects of upcoming DPRK-U.S. summit and overall 
DPRK-U.S. relationswill be crystal clear.

We have already stated our intention for denuclearization of the 
Koreanpeninsula and made clear on several occasions that precondition 
fordenuclearization is to put an end to anti-DPRK hostile policy and 
nuclearthreats and blackmail of the United States.

But now, the U.S. ismiscalculating the magnanimity and broad-minded initiatives 
of the DPRK assigns of weakness and trying to embellish and advertise as if 
these are theproduct of its sanctions and pressure.

The U.S. is trumpeting as if it would offer economic compensation andbenefit in 
case we abandon nuke. 

But we have never had any expectation of U.S. support in carrying outour 
economic construction and will not at all make such a deal in future,either.

It is a ridiculous comedy to seethat the Trump administration, claiming to take 
a different road from theprevious administrations, still clings to the outdated 
policy on the DPRK - apolicy pursued by previous administrations at the time 
when the DPRK was at thestage of nuclear development.

If President Trump follows inthe footsteps of his predecessors, he will be 
recorded as more tragic andunsuccessful president than his predecessors, far 
from his initial ambition tomake unprecedented success.

If the Trump administration takes an approach to the DPRK-U.S. summitwith 
sincerity for improved DPRK-U.S. relations, it will receive a deservedresponse 
from us. However, if the U.S. is trying to drive us into a corner toforce our 
unilateral nuclear abandonment, we will no longer be interested insuch dialogue 
and cannot but reconsider our proceeding to the DPRK-U.S. summit..-

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