Former us president criticises bush over north korea call

Former us president criticises bush over north korea call

On December 20, a day before the North Korean government would normally hold a rare media event, President Park Geun-hye was summoned by the Presidential Blue House (PBR) on behalf of her office 우리카지노to give a joint statement addressing the upcoming visit of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

Park’s statement focused on the need to ensure North Korea does not develop its nuclear weapons capabilities.

Park spoke of the im바카라사이트portance of a comprehensive and long-term dialogue on North Korea’s nuclear program to be carried out with the South.

She argued that dialogue would ensure North Korea stops nuclear tests and any provocation, as it would ensure the peace and security of Northeast Asia and also help ease its neighborly issuesjarvees.com with China.

Earlier today the PBR issued an official response stating Park’s remarks had come to the attention of its office and not the PBR.

“The President had conveyed concerns with the North Korean regime about the upcoming visit of Japan Prime Minister (Shinzo) Abe, who is visiting the PBR,” a PBR official told NK News.

As a result of the remarks made by President Park in a press conference with Japanese Premier Abe on December 19, the PBR has decided to convene a meeting regarding the upcoming Japan visit.

However, the President’s statements have already provoked strong reaction from the North Korean media and social media users.

On Twitter Kim Yong Joon wrote: “Yikes! The DPRK President just said she thinks that Park Geun-Hye’s remarks regarding North Korea have brought the world down in flames.”

Park Hyo-suk added: “How does President Park’s statement mean that the North will stop taking nuclear weapons tests and provocations as it does not want peace or security at all?”

Kim Jun-haek also wrote: “The PBR’s statement is more a commentary on her rhetoric, and not in the interests of the DPRK. What the PBR does is to decide on its own policy and policy of cooperation, but the fact is that they’re not really in the wrong, as their statement says.”

Jang Yol-sung, a popular cartoonist and prominent North Korean leader critic, wrote: “Yikes! The DPRK President just said she thinks that Park Geun-Hye’s remarks regarding North Korea have brought the world down in flames! I feel it and will not forget that my life has been on fire just because President Park has tried to make me see thing