New Delhi, July 10 (ANI): North Korean daily Rodong Sinmun has accused South Korean authorities of "persisting with an anti-DPRK policy."
In a commentary published on Saturday, the newspaper also said that Seoul took "the resolution of nuclear issues on Korean Peninsula as the precondition of improving north-south relations."
According to Xinhua, the commentary also said that despite the fact that the Lee Myung-Bak administration has failed in the election of local autonomy, "it still continues its road of anti-unification and anti-nationality."
The results of local election have nothing to do with current DPRK policy which won't be changed in the future, it added. (ANI)