North Korea has accused the United States of aggravating the political situation on the Korean peninsula, and the US hostility policy is pushing it to take defensive measures to counter threats.
The newspaper "Rodong," a spokesman for North Korea's ruling Labor Party on Wednesday under the headline "our actions to strengthen the defense capabilities legitimate," that the policy of sustained US hostility against North Korea is
pushing the country to take self-defense measures to remove the underlying threats and direct.
On the recent deployment of new weapons by the Seoul government, the newspaper said the political situation on the Korean peninsula is aggravated "because of the US passion for a reckless war rehearsal as well as evasiveness to justify
the increase in military forces.
Relations between Washington and Pyongyang cannot improve amid escalating tensions, and constructive dialogue and peace cannot be held in the face of confrontation.
Pyongyang has issued repeated warnings that South Korean-US military maneuvers are in the way of improving North and US relations and that this could lead to a reconsideration of important state actions.
"The United States does not want peace on the Korean Peninsula and does not want to improve its relationship with North Korea. It is pursuing its unethical goal," the paper said.
Source: Yonhap Agency