North Korea dismisses South's 'ridiculous' report suggesting 'reform, policy changes'
Pyongyang, July 30 (ANI): North Korea has dismissed reports that suggest it is planning policy changes that will lead to the reform and opening of the country.
Some reports from South Korea speculated that the recent removal of North Korea's top general pointed to a possible power struggle over economic reform.
The North Korean Government, however, strongly denied reports of the present leadership breaking with the past as 'ridiculous'.
A spokesman for North Korea's Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea, said that Kim Jong-un would pursue the 'military first' policy brought in by his father, and would build a 'civilised and comfortable life for the people under socialism'."The puppet group (South Korea)... tried to give (the) impression that the present leadership of the DPRK (North Korea) broke with the past. This is the height of ignorance," The BBC quoted the spokesman, as saying.
"To expect policy change and reform and opening from the DPRK is nothing but a foolish and silly dream, just like wanting the sun to rise in the West," the spokesman added.
According to the report, he accused Seoul of trying to impose capitalism on Pyongyang by "trumpeting reform and opening", adding, 'there cannot be any slightest change in all policies.' (ANI)
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