North Korea slams UN human rights meeting as a US ‘scheme’

North Korea closed a latest United Nations meeting about its human rights record, claiming the United States utilized the international organisation for a “scheme” in opposition to Pyongyang, state media KCNA conveyed on Saturday. The UN Security Council conversed about  human rights violation in North Korea on Thursday, with the US Ambassador targetting ruler Kim Jong Un for using “repression and cruelty” to create nuclear weapons and missiles.

US President Joe Biden and the other rulers of South Korea and Japan accepted at Camp David on Friday to polish and strengthen military and economic collaborative help, recognizing China’s developing power and nuclear perils from North Korea. They even accepted to rum military training activities yearly and discuss real-time data on North Korean missile launches by the edge of the year. China, North Korea’s prominent ally, went against the meeting of the 15-member council on abuses in North Korea, but it did not try to hinder it.

“We will never appreciate and entertain the US and its followers’ anti-(North Korea) ‘human rights’ slander scheme, and will guard the supremacy of the state, the socialist system and safety reasons” North Korea’s KCNA quoted as an unnamed spokesman belonging to the nations’s human rights think-tank as saying. For many many countless years, Pyongyang has given enough importance to racial differentiation in the US as what it names an example of Washington’s hypocrisy. North Korea said on Wednesday an American soldier, Pte Travis King, who went to North Korea in July, had been a major cause of racism and abuse in America .