North Korea has accused the Group of Seven (G7) countries of interfering in its internal affairs by asking for the removal of nuclear weapons from the Korean peninsula. North Korea said that this position is a “serious challenge” to its efforts to maintain peace and stability.
North Korea claims that the G7 countries are “meddling” in its affairs and creating tension in the region. North Korea also criticized the G7’s “arrogant and self-righteous” attitude towards the country.
The G7 countries, which include Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States, issued a joint statement calling for the complete removal of nuclear weapons from North Korea. The statement also expressed support for diplomatic efforts to achieve peace on the Korean peninsula.
However, North Korea dismissed the statement, saying that the G7 is being influenced by the United States. North Korea also criticized the US for imposing sanctions against the country, which it considers a violation of its sovereignty.
The situation on the Korean peninsula remains tense, with both North and South Korea recently testing missiles. The G7’s call for nuclear disarmament is likely to further escalate tensions and make peace more challenging to achieve.