DPRK has every right to defend itself
International Anti-Imperialist and People’s Solidarity Coordinating Committee (IAPSCC)
77/2/1 Lenin Sarani, Kolkata 700 013
Tel: +91-33-22653550??Fax : +91-33-2264 7754
President : Ramsey Clark,
Former Attorney General, USA
Founder, International Action Centre
General Secretary : Manik Mukherjee
Vice-President, All India Anti-imperialist Forum
May 27, 2009
Manik Mukherjee, General Secretary of International Anti-imperialist and People’s Solidarity Coordinating Committee (IAPSCC) has issued the following statement on the Nuclear Testing by Democratic People’s Republic of Korea :
The IAPSCC expresses its full support to all genuine efforts to maintain and promote world peace and confirms that it is committed to its stand of demanding a totally nuclear weapons free world. However, it is firmly of the view that there is no moral or ethical justification of the policy that would allow some states to keep their stock of nuclear arsenal, but prevent others to develop any nuclear defense capability. This is the policy of the imperialists powers like USA, other nuclear weapons states including India who are not only maintaining their nuclear weapons stock but are augmenting it, and at the same time are criticising other nations who want to develop nuclear defense capability. DPRK is a socialist country, which stands by the struggle of the common people all over the world against imperialist aggression, oppression and exploitation. The toiling masses of the world that look upon DPRK as their staunch ally and firmly assert that DPRK has every right to defend itself from imperialist aggression and has the right to develop its nuclear defense capability. It is in the interest of defense of the common people of the world that DPRK should have this capability. Along with the people of the world IAPSCC endorses this right.
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