Kim Jong Un
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visits a quilt production factory in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) Jan. 9, 2017. REUTERS/KCNA/File Photo

As President Barack Obama closes out his eight years in office this week, North Korea and its dictator, Kim Jong Un, had a special message Tuesday for the U.S. leader. The message claimed Pyongyang would fully go ahead with its production of nuclear weapons and missiles and that Obama should focus on “packing in the White House,” CNN reported Wednesday.

The authoritarian regime’s press agency KCNA called recent sanctions placed on North Korea a “hostile policy” and “last-ditch efforts” by Obama, who will be ushered out of office Friday and replaced by President-elect Donald Trump. In particular, North Korea took umbrage with the U.S.’ accusations of human rights violations.

"The U.S. is not qualified to talk about somebody's 'human rights' as it is the world's worst human rights abuser and a tundra of human rights,” a KCNA editorial read, according to CNN. "Obama would be well advised not to waste time taking issue with others' 'human rights issue(s)' but make good arrangements for packing in the White House. He had better repent of the pain and misfortune he has brought to so many Americans and other people of the world by creating the worst human rights situation in the U.S. during his tenure of office."

The allusion to human rights appears to also be a direct response to the U.S. Treasury Department blacklisting Kim’s younger sister, Kim Yo Jong, last week for her role in the perceived violations. U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Tom Malinowski accused Kim of furthering her brother’s regime’s “system of deifying of, worshiping the family, the leadership, UPI reported last week.

The new sanctions, issued last month by the United Nations Security Council of which the U.S. is a permanent member, included an almost 60 percent reduction of North Korea’s biggest export, coal, as well as a complete ban on copper, nickel, silver and zinc exports, Reuters reported.