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North Korea rejects UNSC resolution – vows to inflect “greatest pain” in history on the US

North Korea refuses to make any concessions to the United States.

A North Korean diplomat has spoken at the United Nations in Geneva in the first response from Pyongyang regarding the recent unanimously passed UN resolution capping oil imports and exports as well as banning all North Korean textile exports.

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The North Korean envy stated,

“Washington regime is obsessed with the wild game of reversing DPRK’s development of nuclear force which has already reached the completion phase”.

He further stated that North Korea is ready to take steps which “will make the US suffer the greatest pain” in its history.

He did not offer a more specific threat, however.

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André De Koning
André De Koning
September 12, 2017

Good to hear but “inflect pain” and NK’s “envy” should be corrected, although there might well be a lot of envy and subsequent envious attacks from NK.

Doug Brown
Doug Brown
Reply to  André De Koning
September 12, 2017

An inflection of pain? Like reading bad poetry? Maybe. NK not the brightest kids on the block.

Keith Smith
Keith Smith
September 12, 2017

Kim apparently doesnt give a shit about the US. np.

Denis Patrick Gill
Denis Patrick Gill
September 12, 2017

It seems the DPRK is not under Zionist control.

Valeria Nollan
Valeria Nollan
September 12, 2017

To the Ed.: “The North Korean envoy” (not “envy”) stated… You are a great site, but there are too many typos in your articles. Please proofread.

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