US fabricates chemical weapons propaganda

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The director of the Press of the Institute for American Studies of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK Thursday gave the following answer to a question put by KCNA as regards "a theory of cooperation of manufacturing chemical weapons" between the DPRK and Syria, which has been afloat recently:

The U.S. is in a frenzy to speak ill of the DPRK with its preposterous fabrication yet again.

Time is now when civilians in the region of eastern Syria were said to have been subjected to "the use of chemical weapons". Coincidently, the U.S. sets in motion its government patronized-machine to assert itself that "this cooperation" is reflected in the UNSC Sanctions Committee Report.

As this report was released, the U.S. State Department got out of its way to raise a cry that it condemns it as an insult to international law. This is an easy part for us to understand that a dark design is shadowed in such "a theory of cooperation" claimed by the U.S.

It is well-known to the world that the U.S. has fabricated at its will a sophistry, only to have used it as an excuse to stage an aggression against a sovereign state.

This time, the U.S. egged the UNSC Sanctions Committee on to have cooked up "the theory of cooperation" between the DPRK and Syria. This is only a mean trick to fan an atmosphere of sanctions against the DPRK and enforce a full-scale sea blockade by railing at DPRK as a state of "possession and proliferation of chemical weapons" and to justify its military invasion into Syria.

As had been elucidated several times, the DPRK does not have a single record of developing, producing and stockpiling a chemical weapon, and it is opposed to chemical weapon itself.

International society should be well aware of the fact that the U.S. is none other than the first user of chemical weapons in the world, and that it is a criminal state of having massacred innocent people in the northern half of the DPRK by using bio-chemical weapons on a large scale during the Korean War of 1950s. It should also see clearly that the U.S. is a cancer of global peace as the biggest arms supplier in the world.

(KCNA - March 1, 2018)

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