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The problem of human rights in the DPRK: provocation or who benefits from the discord of inter-Korean relations

The North Korean authorities reacted negatively to the UN Security Council held on Monday, at which a vote was held to introduce the issue of human rights in the DPRK (out of 15 Council members, 11 voted in favor, Russia and China voted against, and two abstained). The DPRK delegation boycotted the meeting.

According to TASS, the North Korean authorities believe that this situation is nothing but a provocation. South Korea and the United States deliberately demonize the human rights situation in the DPRK in order to overthrow the social system that exists in the country at the moment.

The Committee for the Peaceful Unification of Korea (CMOC) condemns the South Korean administration led by Pak Kun Hye, who, in an attempt to stain the reputation of the DPRK on the international scene, has become nothing more than a puppet of the US administration.

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