New York— North Korean Ambassador to the UN, Sin Son-ho, in a rare Q&A session he gave to members of the press fielded questions about the future of his country, his country’s policies as well as other important geopolitical developments in the Korean peninsula.
Though the Ambassador failed to provide anything significantly different from information gotten from official DPRK government sources , he nonetheless provided a very scathing rebuke to the press community for the lacking and intentionally misguiding coverage of his country that would compare it to Eritrea.
” The DPRK is a very developed nation that sustains itself through the righteous principles of socialist democracy and its capable leadership– as such, should not be compared to Eritrea.” he told reporters.
The Ambassador further went to on to compare and contrast his country with the East African nation and outlined how his country is very quite advanced and responsible as opposed to Eritrea.
” We know the sensationalist and reactionary Japanese media works full-time to paint our Glorious Dear Leader in negative light– as they are the ones who come up with the negative terminology– comparing him with an unelected, old and senile African dictator of a sad little nation.” Ambassador Son said.
Ambassador Son further went on to compare the accomplishments of DPRK Premier Kim Sung-il versus that of Isaias Afwerki of Eritrea, who he kept referring to as “that senile idiot” through his briefing.
” Through the leadership of our Glorious Dear Leader, the DPRK is a very progressive nation that has the most advanced nuclear weapons in its arsenal– whereas that senile idiot in Eritrea hasn’t even been able to complete the Adi Halo dam, he underlined.”
The Korean Ambassador concluded his remarks by imploring the media community to base its information on official and trustworthy accounts, such as the Korean Central News Agency as well as other media outlets based in the DPRK.