DPRK regards present situation as phase of war (2)

09:29, May 21, 2010      

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Calling the results as "extremely provocative," the DPRK said the publication is Seoul's another move to tighten the "sanctions" against Pyongyang.

"In the course of nearly two month-long investigation, the puppet group fabricated what it called 'circumstantial evidence' with conjecture, supposition and random guess. It just produced fragments and pieces of aluminum whose origin remains unknown as 'evidence,'" the KCNA said.

According to the results announced by the investigators, "the evidence points overwhelmingly to the conclusion that the torpedo was fired by a North Korean (DPRK) submarine. There is no other plausible explanation."

On Thursday, the National Defense Commission of the DPRK rejected the conclusion as a "fabrication." The commission said it will dispatch inspectors to South Korea to verify the claim announced by a multinational team of investigators.

Source: Xinhua
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