Saturday, April 20, 2013

N. Korea says may hold arms reduction talks with U.S., but no denuclearization dialogue


This is exactly what we have expected and this is the regime's near term end game:  a self declared nuclear power that demands to negotiate as one.
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Dave

2013/04/20 11:01 KST

N. Korea says may hold arms reduction talks with U.S., but no denuclearization dialogue

SEOUL, April 20 (Yonhap) -- North Korea may hold arms reduction talks with the United States, but there will never be any dialogue with Washington on ending the communist nation's nuclear programs, Pyongyang's main newspaper said Saturday.

   The Rodong Sinmnun newspaper accused the U.S. of suggesting its willingness for dialogue with Pyongyang is an attempt to unilaterally disarm the country. The North won't give up its nuclear program until the entire world is denuclearized, it said.
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