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Korea Kaskazini yataka mazungumzo ya amani.........

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    Rutashubanyuma JF-Expert Member

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    North Korea Calls for Dialogue With the South

    By MARK McDONALD

    Published: December 31, 2010




    SEOUL, South Korea --- In an annual New Year's commentary that is widely seen as an indicator of the country's political and economic goals for the coming year, North Korea called Saturday for dialogue with South Korea and a relaxation of tensions "as soon as possible."
    "If a war breaks out on this land, it will bring nothing but a nuclear holocaust," said the editorial, carried in the leading official newspapers in the North and read on state television there. The commentary, which called for "an atmosphere of dialogue and cooperation" with the South, was reported by local news agencies in Seoul.
    Relations between the Koreas in recent months have been at their most strained since the end of the Korean War in 1953. North Korea allegedly torpedoed a South Korean warship in March and later revealed the existence of a modern and previously unknown uranium-enrichment facility.
    The situation worsened in November when the North fired artillery at a South Korean island in a skirmish that killed two South Korean marines and two civilians. That was followed by several large and provocative military exercises by the South, including joint maneuvers led by an American aircraft carrier in the Yellow Sea.
    The North Korean editorial called for an end to those military drills and assailed Seoul's alliance with the "war hawks" of the United States.
    North Korea, with the world's fourth largest military, also cautioned that its armed forces remained on guard and would take "prompt, merciless and annihilating action" if necessary.
    North Korea, China and Russia have called for a resumption of the six-party talks aimed at shuttering the North's nuclear programs, and South Korean President Lee Myung-bak, despite his administration's hardening line against the North, recently endorsed a return to the talks in 2011. The United States and Japan are the other members of the six-party process, which fell apart in 2009 when North Korea withdrew.
    The North's commentary on Saturday said it has been "consistent in its stand and will to achieve peace in Northeast Asia and denuclearization of the whole of the Korean peninsula."
    The editorial made no mention of the anticipated change in leadership, with Kim Jong-un, the youngest son of the ailing North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, expected to replace his father.
    The editorial also reiterated the importance of 2012 to the North, the centenary of the birth of the country's founding president, Kim Il-sung, the father of Kim Jong-il. The regime's often-stated goal is to make North Korea "a great and prosperous country" by 2012.
    "We should launch an all-out, vigorous offensive for a breakthrough to realize the wish of the President to build a prosperous country," said the commentary on Saturday. In North Korea, the term "president" has been reserved for Kim Il-sung, who died in 1994.
    "Improving the economic management becomes more urgent at the moment, when the national economy is put on the trajectory of revitalization," the commentary said.
    An economic transformation of the impoverished North, which has been hamstrung by international sanctions and has few major allies or trading partners other than China, seems unlikely, and perhaps worrisome. Politicians and analysts here are concerned that Pyongyang will use further diplomatic intrigues and its nuclear capabilities to force food aid and development concessions out of Seoul, Washington and others.
     
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    Tuiombee Korea Peninsular amani ya Bwana iwafikie ...................
     
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    Pyong yang sio wajinga kivile, wameshasoma nyakati na kutambua kuwa her political regime may collapse, maaana kwa sasa USA air Carrier zote tatu zipo huku Korea ikiwa ni mara ya kwanza kwa Carrier zote kuwa disparched ..maana yake lipo jambo, Japani iko ready kushirikiana na Soul and USA na wamesha conduct military excise. kitu cha kufanya ni kuomba tu mazungumzo ili dili liishe. Nimesoma kwenye salamu za Mwaka mpya wanaomba Amani kabisa wala hawataki tena military confrontation.
     
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    kweli maombi ni ya mhimu sana maana hawa jamaa hata chakula ti ni shida, kama China ikikata mawasiliano nao, nakwambia ile nchi inaweza ika-collapse maramoja..nchi ni masikini kuliko maelezo
     
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    Bwana nani?
     
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    tOPICAL mbona unaanza ukorofi wako bado mapema sana? huu ni mwaka mpya
     
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    Mkuu, tafadhali fikiria mara mbili kabla ya kutoa conclusions. Kama ingekuwa ni rahisi kuimaliza DPRK hilo lingeshafanyika zamani tu. Kumbuka hizo A. Carriers ni kama sitting ducks! kuna mabomu maalumu ya kuzitandika hizo na kuzimaliza bila hata ya kutumia ndege.

    Ndio maana nchi zenye majeshi makubwa ukiondoa USA (i.e., Russia, UK, France) hawajazitilia mkazo sana A. Carriers kwenye lineups zao.

    Kumbuka hata kama USA, Japan, na S. Korea wakiamua kuishambulia DPRK basi atakayefanikiwa kutoka na unafuu kidogo ni USA maana, DPRK, S. Korea, Japan, na parts of USA hazitakuwepo tena kwenye ramani ya dunia; zitamalizwa kwa deterrent Nuclear weapons za DPRK (no matter how crude they might be..)

    Pia ni muhimu kukumbuka kuwa kuna mataifa mengine makubwa yenye interest zao katika eneo hilo kama Russia na China ambayo yanaweza kuungana na kuifanya hiyo vita iwe kubwa kuliko utaratibu wa kawaida...na hatimaye kutuburuza sisi sote kwenye mataabiko na mateso yasio na lazima.

    Wee acha tu...

     
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    Wakomunisti hao mpaka leo na hawaogopi kitu hiyo ni danganya toto.
     
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    Nimekuelewa vizuri sana. VITA NAJUA NA KUKIRI KUWA NI NDOTO kani hata USA wako katika hali mbaya sana ya kiuchumi ila wanachotaka ni kuonyesha tu walau ubabe ili DPRK aiwe na kiburi sana.
    PIli kuhusu swala la DPRK kuwa na siraha za maangamizi za Nuclear hazina ukweli sana kwani hazin auzhibitisho wowote ule ,hili linabaki kama speculation fulani vile zilizokuwa zinatolewa kwa IRAQ kumbe wala hakukuwa na chochote, hivyo hapa kuna weza kuwa na UKWELI AU UWONGO tu na propognada. DPRK anatumia huo mtaji ili kupata misaada( Humanitarian Aids kutoka nchi za Maagharibi in exchange with his nuclear.
     
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    The Republic of Korea's President Lee Myung-Bak speaks to the nation at the presidential Blue House in Seoul January 3, 2011. [Photo/Agencies]



    SEOUL - The Republic of Korea's President Lee Myung-bak said in his New Year's speech Monday that the door for inter- Korean dialogue remains open, but stressed that "any provocation" by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) will not be tolerated.
    "I remind the North (DPRK) that the path toward peace is yet open. The door for dialogue is still open," said Lee, who recently voiced support for resuming stalled negotiations aimed at dismantling Pyongyang's nuclear program in a reversal of his previous opposition to the imminent resumption of"If the North (DPRK) exhibits sincerity, we have both the will and the plan to drastically enhance economic cooperation together with the international community," he said.

    "Nuclear weapons and military adventurism must be discarded. The North (DPRK) must work toward peace and cooperation not only with rhetoric but also with deeds," Lee added.
    "Any provocation (by the DPRK) that would pose a threat to our lives and property will not be tolerated. Such provocation will be met with stern, strong responses," Lee said.
    Tensions on the Korean Peninsula were heightened after the two Koreas exchanged artillery fire near Yonphyong Island on November 23, which resulted in the death of four ROK citizens. Recently, Seoul had also conducted a series of military drills.
    Meanwhile, three leading DPRK newspapers issued a joint New Year editorial Saturday, stressing the country's will to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula.
    The DPRK is "consistent in its stand and will to achieve peace in Northeast Asia and the denuclearization of the whole of the Korean peninsula," said the editorial jointly issued by the newspapers Rodong Sinmun, Joson Inmingun and Chongnyon Jonwi.
    The editorial said the confrontation between the North and South should be defused as early as possible and the DPRK would launch a more determined campaign to improve inter-Korean relations and reunify the country under the slogan "Let all Koreans in the North, South and abroad join efforts and bring a new phase of independent reunification."
    It urged the Seoul authorities to scrap the policy of confrontation and respect the June 15 Joint Declaration and the October 4 Declaration. It also called for "active efforts" to create an atmosphere of dialogue and cooperation between the North and South by placing their common interests above anything else.
     
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    It's good to see the two Korean brothers working for peace again. All best wishes, Koreas!
     
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    If East Germany could unify with West Germany, why can't South Korea unify with North Korea?

    South Korea and North Korea, you should work hard and seize this only moment in history.Turn this crisis into an opportunity. A second chance for Korean Unification and Independence might never come again.Work on it! The sooner, the better!
     
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