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NKorea Warns Seoul on Nuclear Intervention

Wednesday, 09 Dec 2009 09:23 AM


PYONGYANG - The nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula was a "totally bilateral issue between the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) and the United States," DPRK official daily Rodong Sinmun said on Wednesday.

It had "nothing to do with relations between the two Koreas," it said, adding that the issue had been an outcome of the hostile U.S. policy towards the DPRK.

As long as the United States dropped its anti-DPRK policy, eradicated the military threat against the DPRK, and stopped the provocation for nuclear war, the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula "would be solved spontaneously," it said.

The paper slammed the South Korean government for insisting a solution of the nuclear issue a prerequisite for improvement in inter-Korean relations.

South Korea's stand was "imposing pressure on the DPRK" and it would "pay for its policy," said the paper.

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