According to Yonhap News Agency, the The Japanese decided to organize one of their annual public events on the so-called Dokdo Islands. Kim Jong-un did not like this gesture so much that North Korea’s official position on this issue was published.
Dokdo Islands. The dispute between Japan and South Korea. Kim Jong Un replies
Annual Japanese parties have been held there since 2006. According to a government statement released by the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), the North Korean government sees such actions as expressions of allegations of incorporation of the islands into Japanese territory. So Kim Jong Un is on the side of his biggest enemy from the south.
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Japan’s allegations against Dokdo seriously challenge historical justice and truth, interfere with the territorial sovereignty of the Korean people, and openly incite aggression.
North Korea is not alone in protesting the actions of the Japanese government. On the day the Korean Central News Agency published the position of dictator Kim Jong-un, the South Korean authorities showed their displeasure. It is about the attempts of the Japanese to place their own government official in the Dokdo Islands. This was seen as an expression of claims to these lands.
According to the Korean Central News Agency, such far-reaching expectations constitute a reckless act that could only be committed by Japanese reactionaries, imbued to the core with an ambition to seize territory.
Dokdo is a group of islands in the Sea of Japan. It consists of about 90 islands and reefs, 37 of which are classified as mainland. The entire district covers a total area of just over 18.5 hectares.
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