(Yonhap) -- Pyongyang published a booklet criticizing the Park Geun-hye administration's policy on North Korea, by accusing Seoul of fueling hatred and confrontation, a media report said Thursday.
Uriminzokkiri, North Korea's main Internet-based media and propaganda website, said a Pyongyang printing house released a booklet called a "diagnosis of the South's theory of principle" that dissected the follies of policy goals being pursued by the conservative Park government.
It said the so-called principled approach lauded by the chief executive who took power in late February effectively aims to change the North, and is based on the arrogant idea that the South can dictate actions of the North.
According to the website, the booklet claimed South Korean hardliners want to wrestle the initiative in inter-Korean dialogue and use this advantage to strive for unification based on a free and democratic political system.
"Such a move will only trigger clashes abd heighten tensions between the two sides," it said.
The communist country issued its latest verbal assault after nearly daily attacks on Seoul, its president and senior officials after relations soured following the postponement of the family reunion event for people separated by the 1950-53 Korean War. The reunion was set to take place in late September.
The publishing house that released the book is run by the ruling Workers' Party of Korea (WPK) and generally makes magazines, papers and books for distribution abroad.
In June, the publisher released a booklet calling for the dissolution of the United Nations Command.