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North Korea repeats offer for nuclear talks

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“The denuclearization of the Korean peninsula was the dying wish of Chairman Kim Il-sung and General Secretary Kim Jong-il,”

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North Korea repeats offer for nuclear talks

Posted by Eloti tV on Thursday, 20 June 2013

“…China’s Foreign Ministry, after Kim’s talks with Chinese Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui, cited the North Korean, who has previously represented his country at talks to get it to halt its nuclear program, as saying North Korea wanted talks.

“The denuclearization of the Korean peninsula was the dying wish of Chairman Kim Il-sung and General Secretary Kim Jong-il,” the Chinese ministry said in statement, citing Kim as saying.

Kim Il-sung founded the country. His son Kim Jong-il, who died in 2011, oversaw North Korea’s first two nuclear tests. North Korea conducted a third test in February.

“North Korea is willing to have dialogue with all sides and attend any kind of meeting, including six-party talks, and hopes to peacefully resolve the nuclear issue via negotiation,” Kim Kye-gwan was cited as saying.

Zhang, for his part, said that talks, stability and the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula were in everyone’s best interests, China’s Foreign Ministry added…..”

http://www.elotitv.com/index.php/entry/north-korea-repeats-offer-for-nuclear-talks

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Russia signals nuclear arms cuts will not come easy

Wednesday, June 19, 2013
“…. Russia voiced concern on Wednesday about U.S. missile defenses and high-precision conventional weapons, signaling that nuclear arms cuts proposed by President Barack Obama are likely to face formidable obstacles.

In a speech in Berlin, Obama said he wanted to reduce the strategic nuclear weapons the United States deploys by a third and would seek to negotiate cuts with Russia. The former Cold War foes possess the vast majority of the world’s nuclear weapons.

But Russian President Vladimir Putin reiterated Moscow’s concerns about the anti-missile shields the United States and NATO are deploying, and said the development of high-precision non-nuclear weapons could upset the strategic balance….”

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/06/19/us-obama-berlin-nuclear-russia-idUSBRE95I0ZP20130619

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