The National Defense Commission of North Korea said Friday through a statement picked up by South Korea’s Yonhap agency will not make policy changes, a day after proclaiming Kim Jong-un as the new "supreme leader" after the death of his father Kim Yong-il.
The statement was addressed to "the South Korean puppets "and" other politicians fool the world. "
"I solemnly declare and security, stupid politicians around the world, including the group of puppets in South Korea should not expect any change in us, "said the Commission’s office taken over by Nippon Kyodo agency.
Also threatened to "not engage" with the Conservative Government Korean chaired by Lee Myung-bak.
Furthermore, the maximum North Korean military body charged the neighboring country’s government headed by the conservative Lee Myung-bak , restricting visits by South Korean groups in person wanted to offer their condolences over the death of dictator Kim Jong-il.
In the belligerent tone characteristic of the totalitarian regime, the Commission threatened to never again engage in relations with its southern neighbor "for eternity" , Kyodo said
It is the first North Korean statement after the funeral events in honor of the dictator Kim Jong-il and 13 days of official mourning declared by Pyongyang for the death of the leader and, according to Yonhap news agency, could represent the future political orientation of the regime community with respect to neighboring South Korea and its allies.
The National Defense Commission , which referred the office, is, according to the Constitution of North Korea, the highest governing body of his army, which has 1.1 million soldiers, and military affairs managed by the totalitarian country.
For its part, South Korean Defense Minister, Kim Kwan Jin , and his U.S. counterpart, Leon Panetta , consider the time the transition of power in North Korea is stable, as reported by the Ministry of Defense of South Korea through in a statement.
Have agreed on this assessment during the telephone conversation have taken place this Friday, in which they discussed the situation on the Korean peninsula after the death of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, and which have also analyzed how best to coordinate policies of their countries in the region , according to Yonhap.
Tens of thousands of North Korean soldiers and civilians gathered in Pyongyang yesterday with officials of the Workers Party and the army to officiate at a memorial in honor of Kim Jong-il.
The speeches delivered during the act of the regime’s number two Kim Yong-nam, and General Kim Jong-gak suggest that the successor has the full support of the military and his government could follow the line of "military first" implemented by his father, who ruled the country for 17 years.