Kwon Jong Gun Issues Statement
Kwon Jong Gun, director general of the Department of US Affairs of the DPRK Foreign Ministry, issued the following statement on July 7:
Our First Vice-Foreign Minister has recently made clear her stand in a statement over the untimely "rumour about a DPRK-US summit".
“It is patriotism to value and love one’s motherland, where one was born and grew up, as one would do one’s own flesh.”
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DPRK Socialist Constitution
Policies for Korea’s Reunification
[Foreign Relations] :: Foreign Relations
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea regards independence, peace and friendship as the main ideals of its foreign policy and the principles of its external activities.
The DPRK government establishes diplomatic as well as political, economic and cultural relations with all friendly countries, on the principles of complete equality, independence, mutual respect, non-interference in each other’s affairs and mutual benefit.
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