PYONGYANG, April 3 (Xinhua) -- Official media of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) on Monday slammed U.S. daily newspaper The Wall Street Journal for calling for "regime change" in the DPRK in order to check the development of its nuclear program.
The Korean Central News Agency said in a commentary that a March 27 issue of the U.S. newspaper "let out such flurry of nonsense that the U.S. should set a regime change in the DPRK as a clear-cut policy target in order to check its nuclear development."
"For the DPRK this sounds as nothing but a scream made by those frightened by the invincible might of the DPRK," said the commentary.
It added that the invincibility and solidity of the DPRK government are fully guaranteed by the single-minded unity of its people and the DPRK army, as well as the "Labor Party's powerful military muscle with nuclear force as its pivot."
"However, the U.S. fails to understand this reality... It is the main cause of the repeated political and military setbacks the U.S. has sustained for the past several decades," it said.