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Japanese Sanctions Will Bring Disastrous Response States N.K. Official.

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posted on Jul, 7 2006 @ 08:29 PM
Song Il Ho, the representative of north Korea for normalization of diplomatic discussions with Japan, warned for Japan to withdraw penalties against North Korea or to face serious consequences with disastrous results which will be the fault of Japan.
Song Il Ho represents North Korea in discussing normalization of diplomatic relations with Japan, but his words to Japanese journalists in Pyongyang Friday were anything but diplomatic.

He warned Japan to withdraw penalties against his country, imposed after North Korea's launch of missiles earlier this week, or face serious consequences.

Song says if there are sanctions, there will be a disastrous result, and Japan will be responsible.

Following the outcry over its missile tests, North Korea warned the world that it would take "stronger physical actions" against any nation that dared to "take issue with the exercises" and put pressure on Pyongyang.

But Japan quickly imposed restrictions on North Koreans traveling to Japan, and barred a North Korean ferry for six months from making port calls in Japan. Japanese leaders say stronger sanctions may be on the way.

Japan's chief cabinet secretary, Shinzo Abe, replied by saying Song's comments were "extremely regrettable," and that Japan felt "resentment."

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Is everyone in power in North Korea wanting to start a war? it appears they are more than willing to do so. Even after the launch of at least 7 missiles which as we all know were tested simultaneously by North Korea, most of which appeared to have failed and could have landed anywhere if these were just "tests for the capabilities of those missiles fired".

[edit on 7-7-2006 by Muaddib]

posted on Jul, 8 2006 @ 02:15 AM
as long as NK keeps up lame stuff like this, who is going to deal with them?

[edit on 7/8/2006 by baaronhaile]

posted on Jul, 8 2006 @ 02:35 AM
hmmm , terrific NK deliberately embarks on a policy designed to antagonise her neighbors .And then has the temerity to blame them for the consequences and threaten further escalation , citing the reaction to the initial provocation as justification for the threatened “ reprisals “ . Did I miss something , or has logic died in Pyongyang ?

posted on Jul, 10 2006 @ 09:57 AM
you're assuming of course, that logic really existed in the first place.

posted on Jul, 10 2006 @ 10:45 AM
It seem Kim Jong Ill is determind to start a war before he dies just so he can nuke somebody.

He is a certified nutter, who lives in a fancy world where he is king of the world and everybody must bow down to him,you only have to look at the shows he directs in NK and the movies he made( well he kidnapped the director and his wife put them inprison till they argeed to do what he wanted)

somebody should take the guy out before he pushes the button and starts WW III

the guys hasnt got a sane brain cell in his entire head. , he wants war, but dosent want to start it, so he can be the victim

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