Kim Jong-Un’s sister told how to achieve peace on the Korean peninsula

Peace on the Korean peninsula can be achieved if the US military forces, which periodically contribute to the deterioration of relations between South and North Korea, are “expelled” from it, according to a statement published by the North Korean Central Telegraph Agency (KCNA), the sister of the leader of the DPRK and the deputy head of the department of the Central Committee of the Workers ‘ Party of Korea, Kim Yo-Jong.

“For peace to reign on the Korean peninsula, first of all, the aggressive armed forces and military equipment of the United States deployed in South Korea should be withdrawn from it. As long as American troops are deployed in South Korea, the key reason for the periodic deterioration of the situation on the Korean peninsula will never be eliminated,” Kim Yo-Jong said.

According to her, the DPRK has repeatedly stated that it will treat the United States on the principle of “force in response to force,” “good for good.”

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