U.S. Urged to Sincerely Approach Six-Party Talks

    Pyongyang, July 24 (KCNA) -- The six-party talks to resume should be made to contribute to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, observes Rodong Sinmun Sunday in a signed article. In order to make the forthcoming talks tangibly contribute to the denuclearization of the peninsula in name and reality the U.S. should approach the talks from a sincere and sound stance, the article says, and goes on:
    It is hard to expect the solution to the nuclear issue and the denuclearization of the peninsula without active and sincere efforts from the U.S. directly responsible for the nuclear issue as the purpose of the six-party talks is to solve the nuclear issue and make the Korean Peninsula nuclear-free.
    The DPRK developed nuclear weapons for self-defence to cope with the increasing danger of nuclear attack from the U.S.
    Its nuclear weapons are not aimed at threatening others as they are of peaceful nature, to all intents and purposes. It would be difficult for the talks to make any progress if the U.S. approaches the talks from the stand of unilaterally demanding the DPRK scrap its nuclear weapons in spite of the historical background against which the nuclear issue surfaced on the Korean Peninsula and the objective reality which compelled it to have access to nukes. Unilaterally demanding the DPRK dismantle its nuclear weapons would not help solve the issue of denuclearizing the peninsula. If the U.S. drops its ambition for a "regime change" and opts for peaceful co-existence with the DPRK, the talks can make successful progress and settle the issue of denuclearizing the peninsula. But if the U.S. persistently pressurizes its dialogue partner to unilaterally dismantle its nuclear weapons, the situation will lead to an extreme pitch of tension. The U.S. should fulfill its commitments.
    Unshakable is the stand of the DPRK to seek a peaceful negotiated settlement of the nuclear issue and achieve the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. The U.S. should not be skeptical about such stand of the DPRK but show its frank and sincere attitude to fulfill its responsibility and commitments.

Int'l Boxing Contest Held in Pyongyang

    Pyongyang, July 24 (KCNA) -- The Pyongyang International Invitational Boxing Contest was held at the Wrestling Gymnasium in Chongchun Street from July 18 to 23. The contest brought together male and female boxers of the teams of Mongolia, India, DPRK teams A and B and Chongryon (General Association of Korean Residents in Japan).
    The contest was watched by Minister of Commerce Ri Yong Son who is chairman of the DPRK Boxing Association, Vice-Chairman of the Korean Physical Culture and Sports Guidance Commission Jong In Chol, officials concerned, working people and athletes in the city.
    Korean boxers bagged 17 gold medals, 11 silver medals and 27 bronze medals by fully displaying boxing technique they have cultivated in their day-to-day trainings.
    A gold medal, 2 silver medals and 4 bronze medals were awarded to Mongolian boxers, 4 silver medals and 3 bronze medals to Indians and a silver medal and a bronze medal to boxers of Chongryon.
    Gold, silver and bronze medals also went to those who gave a good account of themselves at the contest and the technique prize to those who displayed high technique at the contest.

Anti-U.S. and Anti-War Meeting Held in S. Korea

    Pyongyang, July 24 (KCNA) -- A national meeting of anti-U.S. and anti-war activists was reportedly held in Namwon, North Jolla Province on July 16 and 17 under the sponsorship of the Solidarity Council to Oppose the U.S. and War and Demand the Withdrawal of the U.S. Forces from south Korea. It was attended by members of the same solidarity council active in different parts of south Korea, youth and students and artistes.
    There were lectures at the meeting under the titles of "Let us usher in an era free from U.S. forces" and "How to greet August 15 for reunification and September 8 for independence".
    A resolution adopted at the meeting called for making this year a year which will witness the pullout of the U.S. forces and independent reunification through a fierce all-out struggle against the U.S.
    The resolution stressed the need for the 70 million Koreans to drive the U.S. forces out of south Korea, the root cause of war, hotbed of crimes and an advance detachment for aggression, through a nationwide struggle to pull back the U.S. forces and bring an era of national prosperity.
    The meeting was followed by an art performance reflecting the will of the participants to wage a vigorous anti-U.S. struggle for independent reunification.

Int'l Solidarity Voiced for Korean People

    Pyongyang, July 24 (KCNA) -- A meeting was held in Peru on June 24 and a book and photo exhibition and a film show took place in South Africa on July 12 on the occasion of the month of international solidarity with the Korean people. On display in the venues of the functions were Korean books including immortal works of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il and photos showing the invincible might of the heroic Korean People's Army.
    The Korean film "The Korean People's Army, Steel-Like Ranks" was screened at the film show.
    The chairman of the People's Front of Workers, Peasants and Students of Peru in his speech said that the world people still remember the barbaric war of aggression against the DPRK and the massacre of innocent civilians committed by the U.S. imperialists and that they are strongly opposed to the U.S. moves to launch the second Korean war. Noting that the DPRK has turned into a nuclear power thanks to the wise Songun policy of Kim Jong Il, he said that the heroic Korean army and people are filled with the determination to inflict another shameful defeat upon the U.S. imperialists.
    A secretary of a district committee of the African National Congress of South Africa expressed support and solidarity to the Korean people in their struggle to defend peace and sovereignty and achieve the reunification of the country.

Bush Administration Urged to Directly Negotiate with DPRK

    Pyongyang, July 24 (KCNA) -- The July 12th issue of the New York Times carried an article specially contributed by Nicolas Christoph in which he urged Bush to have direct dialogue with the DPRK. He in the article charged that the Bush administration refused to have direct dialogue with north Korea and failed to take any substantial measure for the solution of the nuclear issue, only focusing on pressurizing it to return to the six-party talks.
    Urging the Bush administration to immediately come out for dialogue with north Korea, he asserted that the direct dialogue with it would not cause such miserable failure as the present policy towards north Korea would entail.
    He warned that President Bush's negative approach towards direct dialogue with north Korea is putting the Korean Peninsula into great danger.
    An article of the Washington Post on the same day said that if north Korea expresses its willingness to have dialogue with the U.S. the Bush administration should put an end to the four-year old internal argument on whether dialogue with north Korea could be the best option for America's security or not.

Day of Korean People's Victory in War Celebrated

    Kim Chaek, July 22 (KCNA) -- A meeting was held by the crew members of the Panamanian-flagged ships "Victory 2", "Victory 3" and "Future Winner" at Kim Chaek Port on the east coast of Korea on July 21 to celebrate the 52nd anniversary of the victory in the great Fatherland Liberation War. Speakers at the meeting said that under the wise leadership of President Kim Il Sung, an invincible and iron-willed commander, the army and people of the DPRK could beat back the U.S. imperialists' armed invasion and win a brilliant victory.
    The victory in the war clearly proved that no force on earth could match the people who turned out to accomplish their just cause at the risk of their lives under the guidance of the great leader, they added.
    The Korean people have turned the DPRK into a powerful socialist state and a reliable bulwark of justice and peace under the Songun revolutionary leadership of Kim Jong Il, they said, adding that the international position of the DPRK is rising higher than ever before.

Japan Termed Filibuster against Six-Party Talks

    Pyongyang, July 23 (KCNA) -- Several rounds of the six-party talks held so far proved fruitless. One of the serious blames for this rests with Japan. The DPRK, therefore, feels no need to sit face to face with Japan, a black-hearted filibuster against the talks. Minju Joson Saturday says this in a signed commentary.
    Recalling that a whole string of reckless remarks beclouding the prospect of the six-party talks are heard from Japan, as evidenced by Abe's assertion that the talks would be meaningless if the "abduction issue" is not taken up by them, the commentary goes on:
    Japan is not keen to make the six-party talks contribute to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula but working hard to meet its own interests.
    At the preceding six-party talks Japan stood in the way of fairly settling the nuclear issue in support of the U.S. unreasonable stand. Japan has persistently pursued its hostile policy toward the DPRK, crying out for "sanctions" and "punishment" for the mere reason that it refused to respond to Tokyo's unreasonable assertion.
    As if it were not enough with having hamstrung the efforts to seek a peaceful solution to the nuclear issue, Japan is busy with its moves to disturb the six-party talks to be resumed soon, in a bid to totally block the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. The whole course of the past fruitless six-party talks and the present reality compel the DPRK to draw an important conclusion.
    If the parties concerned are to bring into bloom a beautiful flower called the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, they should root out the poisonous plant harmful to it.

Indignation Meetings Held

    Pyongyang, July 23 (KCNA) -- Indignation meetings were held in different parts of Korea, resounding with yelling "Let us resolutely smash the Japanese reactionaries' hostile policy and moves for reinvasion against the DPRK!" and "Let us take revenge on the Japanese militarists hundred and thousand times for imposing all sorts of misfortunes and sufferings upon our people!" and so on. At meetings held at Kim Chaek University of Technology, Kye Ung Sang Sariwon University of Agriculture and the Wonsan Chemical Factory on July 21, reporters and speakers branded Japan as the most dangerous force of aggression as it took part in the Korean war as a shock-brigade of the U.S. imperialists' moves of aggression against the DPRK and has escalated its moves for reinvasion of the DPRK, evading the liquidation of the past and scheming to seize Tok Islet, inalienable part of Korea.
    At meetings held at the Sariwon Textile Mill, the Hamhung Basic Foodstuff Factory and the Taedonggang Battery Factory on July 22, reporters and speakers castigated the Japanese reactionaries for availing themselves of the U.S. offensive for pressure upon the DPRK and asserting dominium over Tok Islet, while talking about "missile and nuclear issues" and "abduction issue" in a foolish attempt to reinvade Korea.
    They laid stress on resolutely smashing the reinvasion moves of the Japanese militarists, the sworn enemy, with transparent revolutionary consciousness and working class consciousness and with matchless pluck and grit, resolute stand and indomitable mettle.
    The indignation meetings, recently held across the country one after another, clearly manifested the revolutionary stamina of the Korean people not to allow the Japanese reactionaries' distortion of history and ambition for territorial expansion but to deal a fatal blow to the reckless Japanese militarists with the might of Songun built up for decades.

KPA Praised as Invincible Army

    Pyongyang, July 23 (KCNA) -- We will surely emerge victorious in the worthwhile general march for the Songun revolution as there is an invincible revolutionary army which loyally upholds the idea and leadership of Kim Jong Il in the van of the revolutionary ranks. Rodong Sinmun Saturday says this in a signed article.
    The Korean People's Army stands in the van of our revolutionary ranks more vigorously speeding up the general march for the Songun revolution in hearty response to the joint slogans of the Central Committee and the Central Military Commission of the Workers' Party of Korea, the article says, and continues:
    Our Party and people are immensely proud of having such vanguard ranks famous for their loyalty and exploits as the KPA.
    The KPA is the first guards dynamically pushing forward the process of modeling the revolutionary ranks on the monolithic idea and a vanguard unit performing heroic feats and working miracles on the forefront of building a great prosperous powerful nation. The KPA is fully demonstrating the might of the vanguard and standard-bearer in the general march for the Songun revolution. This is a brilliant fruition of Kim Jong Il's idea and leadership. The KPA's indomitable revolutionary faith and will, gut and pluck, revolutionary optimism and patriotic devotion constitute its deep-rooted disposition cultivated in the course of long-journey made for the revolution under the leadership of Kim Jong Il.
    The KPA is growing stronger in the course of the general march for the Songun revolution led by him.
    It has been trained as ranks of Songun revolutionary comrades sharing idea and intention and destiny with the headquarters of the revolution and as an invincible army braving any ordeals and difficulties before any others.

KCNA Refutes Japanese Foreign Minister's Sophism

    Pyongyang, July 23 (KCNA) -- Japanese Foreign Minister Machimura on July 17 let loose sophism that the six-party talks should take up the "human rights situation" in the DPRK. This does not deserve even a passing note as it was nothing but an oft-repeated ridiculous jargon made by a right-wing conservative of Japan hell-bent on the confrontation with the DPRK.
    Japan wishes to act a "human rights judge" on the international arena just as the United States does, oblivious of its actual status. This is the height of folly.
    Japan is a tundra and worst violator of human rights as it is not in a position to guarantee the popular masses even elementary human rights.
    World people are simply stunned by various forms of human rights abuses reported from Japan styling itself a "law-governed state" and "the safest country in the world." People's political freedom and rights are at peril and a large number of working people exposed to the threat of violence at their worksites.
    The annual number of cases of murder averaged more than 1,300 and the cases of crimes of various kinds numbered 300 every year. People's vital rights and right to non-infringement are also exposed to constant threat and abuses. This is the real picture of the Japanese society.
    Xenophobia, kidnapping, plot-breeding and flesh traffic are perpetrated in Japan at the tacit connivance of its government. This furnishes another clear proof that Japan is the worst human rights abuser and incarnation of criminals.
    It is by no means fortuitous that the special rapporteur of the UN Commission on Human Rights noted that Xenophobia has become very pronounced in the Japanese society, adding the government lacks understanding of the gravity of this issue while the International Labor Organization and the American "Newsweek" dubbed Japan "a country of undisguised flesh traffic."
    Japan abducted and forcibly took away at least 8.4 million Koreans in the last century, recording the most hideous human rights abuses in history. It is censured at home and abroad as the worst kidnapper and plot-breeder and suicide-torn country for the ceaseless human rights violations reported inside and outside the country.
    It is disgusting, indeed, for Japan to dare talk about "human rights issue" of the DPRK.
    Human rights abuses are quite unthinkable in the DPRK as its society is very stable politically and all the people are in perfect harmony because of their shared desire and will and warm brotherhood and sisterhood.
    Japan's off-repeated talk about "the human rights issue" in the DPRK is aimed at persistently pulling up it over the "abduction issue" which had already been settled, impairing its international image and escalating Japan's hostile policy towards Pyongyang.
    What should not be overlooked is the fact that Japan which lacks a proper justification to participate in the six-party talks is foolishly trying to place on their agenda the issue which has nothing to do with the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula in a bid to twist the nature of the talks and use them for meeting its selfish purpose. Japan seems not to know where it stands. This indiscreet behavior of Japan will only precipitate its own self-destruction.

KCNA Refutes U.S. Lawmaker's Reckless Remarks

    Pyongyang, July 23 -- The chairman of the Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs of the International Relations Committee of the U.S. House of Representatives, in a statement at a hearing claimed it is north Korea that threatens the stability in Northeast Asia." His utterances betray the U.S. intention to brand the DPRK as a "nuclear criminal" in a bid to put international "pressure" upon it.
    It is a wrong action contrary to an atmosphere of dialogue for the U.S. to point an accusing finger at its dialogue partner at a time when the six-party talks for the settlement of the nuclear issue in the Korean Peninsula are expected to be resumed soon.
    Can the utterances of a politician in charge of regional affairs be interpreted as his personal view?
    Had he been a politician of the slightest reason, he should have taken note of the fact that the justification and condition for the resumption of the six-party talks were nothing but the withdrawal of such hostile accusation against the DPRK as listing it as an "outpost of tyranny".
    It is impossible for any sovereign state to sit at the negotiating table with its counterpart unless the label attached to the former by the latter is lifted. This is an essential requirement in light of the norms governing the international relations. The DPRK has expected the U.S. to show a trustworthy sincere attitude since the mature conditions were provided for the resumption of the six-party talks thanks to the joint efforts of the DPRK and the parties concerned.
    Those who are truly concerned for peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula wish to see each party concerned to respect each other and not to miss the favorable opportunity to show sincerity. Given their wishes, what he uttered cannot be construed otherwise than an intention to hurt the confidence among states and scuttle the talks even before their resumption.
    In the past period an extreme behavior rejecting and ignoring a dialogue partner and an attempt to isolate and stifle a participating country in the past adversely affected the fate of the talks. If this is taken into consideration, it is important for the talks to make a good start.
    A high level of political and moral ethics is prerequisite to the talks, which will deal with sensitive issues related to peace and stability in the Korean Peninsula, the Asia-Pacific region and the rest of the world.
    If the U.S. really wants to settle the nuclear issue through the six-party talks, it should be decent enough to stop uttering anything getting on the nerves of other dialogue partner and approach the talks with sincerity.

DPRK Foreign Minister Leaves for Ministerial Meeting

    Pyongyang, July 23 (KCNA) -- Paek Nam Sun, minister of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK, left here Saturday to participate in the 12th ministerial meeting of the ASEAN Regional Forum to be held in Laos. He will also visit Thailand and Laos.
    He was seen off at the airport by Kim Yong Il, vice-minister of Foreign Affairs, and officials concerned, and Wu Donghe, Chinese ambassador to the DPRK, and Phonekham Inthaboualy, Lao charge d'affaires a.i. here.

Korean Writers from North and South and Overseas Meet Atop Mt. Paektu

    Samjiyon, July 23 (KCNA) -- Writers from the north and the south and abroad who participated in the meeting of Korean writers for the implementation of the June 15 joint declaration held a meeting "Dawn of Literature for Reunification" on the top of Mt. Paektu Saturday. Prior to the meeting, the participants were greatly excited to see the majestic sunrise over the mountain.
    Famous novelists and poets from the north and the south of Korea and abroad expressed their emotion before reciting poems.
    They earnestly called for energetically wielding pens in the patriotic spirit of "By our nation itself" to write great epics about national reunification on the rainbow hanging in the sky over the land from Mt. Paektu to Mt. Halla.
    The writers loudly chanted in unison slogans related to reunification.

Congratulations to FM of Mauritius

    Pyongyang, July 23 (KCNA) -- Paek Nam Sun, minister of Foreign Affairs of the DPRK, sent a congratulatory message to Madan Murlidhar Dulloo on his appointment as minister of Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Cooperation of Mauritius. Expressing the belief that the friendly and cooperative relations between the two countries would grow stronger and develop in different fields, the message wished him a great success in his work.

DPRK Violinist Emerges Winner at International Concours

    Pyongyang, July 23 (KCNA) -- Violinist Mun Kyong Jin of the Mansudae Art Troupe emerged winner at the Kaneti International Violin Concours held in Hungary from July 15 to 20. The concours drew 60 excellent violinists from seven countries including the DPRK, Russia, China and Hungary.
    Its jury included renowned professors and doctors who are violin experts from Russia, Britain, Greece, Mexico and other countries.
    The concours involved the first- and second-phase elimination contests and the final. In the final competition qualifiers performed solos for Mozart violin concerto played by the Hungarian symphony orchestra.
    Mun Kyong Jin successfully performed violin solos requiring high artistry at the elimination contests, excelling other contenders in points at the final competition.
    He has grown to be a talented violinist under the loving care of leader Kim Jong Il. He attractively and impressively represented the solo for violin concerto through unique and refined rendition, winning high acclaim of the jury and the audience.
    He was awarded the certificate of the first prize at an awarding ceremony held on July 20.
    Members of the jury were unanimous in saying that Mun Kyong Jin won the first prize despite his debut at the international concours, a clear proof of the high artistic level of the DPRK.

Letter to Kim Jong Il from Winner of Int'l Violin Concours

    Pyongyang, July 23 (KCNA) -- Leader Kim Jong Il received a letter Thursday from Mun Kyong Jin, violinist of the Mansudae Art Troup who won the Kaneti International Violin Concours held in Hungary. In the letter he wrote that though he is a son of an ordinary musician, Kim Jong Il took his immature music talent into consideration and bestowed upon him such favor as giving him an opportunity to study at Pyongyang University of Music and Dance to his heart's content.
    Kim Jong Il saw to it that after the graduation from the university Mun could bring into full bloom his musical talent at the Mansudae Art Troupe, the highest institution of Juche art, and has led him to demonstrate the honor of Juche Korea on the international stage today, he wrote, adding:
    I was not so sure of any success at the concours but I could emerge winner at the final stage without apprehension and hesitation as my will and courage were reinforced by my ardent longing for Kim Jong Il.
    When asked how a young Korean with such short career and little experience as a musician could win the international concours despite his debut at the end of the final contest, I replied: I learned how to play violin at Pyongyang University of Music and Dance. Of course, I am a rising musician with little experience in contesting at international concours and a short career as a violinist. But I could win the concours this time as my faith and will to hold in high esteem Kim Jong Il only added to my talent and passion.
    In the letter he vowed to make painstaking efforts, drawing on the experience gained in the concours, to become a violinist known to Kim Jong Il and Korea.

Kim Jong Il Inspects KPA Companies

    Pyongyang, July 23 (KCNA) -- Supreme Commander of the Korean People's Army Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the DPRK National Defence Commission, inspected companies under KPA Unit 287. He inspected a battery under it.
    He was pleased to learn that all soldiers of the battery have been trained as crack shots as it has built a good drill ground and put the training on a regular basis.
    Then he went round an educational room, a bedroom, a mess hall, a wash-cum-bath house, a non-staple food store, a barn and other places of the battery.
    He praised the servicepersons of the battery for assiduous life style, noting with appreciation that they have spruced up their barracks like rest homes and tenaciously done sideline farming, stockbreeding and other work to make their living affluent. He gave the servicepersons of the battery a pair of binoculars and an automatic rifle as gifts and had a photograph taken with them.
    The next leg of his inspection was an auto company under the unit.
    He dropped in at a training room to watch its servicepersons' technical training. He underscored the need for all the servicepersons to handle their technical equipment with good care like the apples of their eyes, noting it is very good that the company has steadily raised the rate of vehicle operations by manufacturing a variety of tools and equipment.
    Then he was informed of the supply service at the company by its commanding officers. He took deep care of the company's soldiers, looking round an educational room, a bedroom, a mess hall, a non-staple food store, a wash-cum-bath house, a vegetable plot and other entertainment and logistic facilities.
    Seeing photographs showing various aspect of their life, he was pleased to see all of them trained into a-match-for-a hundred fighters. He told its commanding officers to let their soldiers have more photographs taken as they like them very much.
    He had a photo session with the servicepersons of the company.

For Spanish-speaking people

?Habra necesidad de tener contacto con Japon?

    Pyongyang, 23 de julio (ATCC) -- Hasta ahora se realizaron en varias ocasiones las conversaciones a 6 bandas infructiferas y su responsabilidad importante recae sobre Japon. Nosotros no sentimos la necesidad de encarar con Japon que es siniestro estorbador de la cita 6 partita. Asi senala el periodico Minju Joson en un comentario individual del dia 23 y continua: En Japon cunden versiones que entenebrecen la perspectiva de las conversaciones a 6 bandas a reanudarse pronto. Abe dijo que de no presentar Japon el "problema del secuestro", las conversaciones a 6 bandas perderan el sentido.
    En estos momentos este pais isleno intenta aprovecharlas como un lugar no para realizar la desnuclearizacion de la Peninsula Coreana sino para perseguir sus intereses. En las rondas anteriores de conversaciones a 6 bandas Japon, en adhesion a la injusta posicion de EE.UU., impidio la solucion imparcial del problema nuclear y al ver que la RPDC no admitio su injusta insistencia, se aferro a la politica de hostilidad a la RPDC hablando de "sanciones" y "castigo merecido" a esta.
    Ahora, Japon trata de llevar al fracaso la desnuclearizacion de la Peninsula Coreana al armar un escandalo en la cita 6 partita a reanudarse pronto.
    Al tener en cuenta todo el proceso de las conversaciones a 6 partes infructiferas y la realidad de hoy, llegamos a una importante conclusion de que para hacer realidad la desnuclearizacion de la Peninsula Coreana, es preciso eliminar su estorbador.

Contacto de expertos del Norte y el Sur de Corea

    Kaesong, 22 de julio (ATCC) -- Tuvo lugar el dia 22 en esta ciudad un contacto de trabajo entre las autoridades del Norte y el Sur de Corea para discutir el problema de la participacion de las delegaciones de ambas autoridades en el "gran festival nacional del 15 de agosto para la independencia, la paz y la reunificacion" que tendra lugar en la parte Sur segun el acuerdo de las XV conversaciones a nivel de ministro Norte-Sur. En la ocasion ambas partes decidieron celebrar el presente certamen como un gran festival significado para manifestar al interior y el exterior del pais la voluntad independiente nacional de todos los coreanos de lograr con las fuerzas propias de la nacion la reconciliacion, la unidad y la prosperidad comun y publicaron un acuerdo.
    Segun el documento, ambas partes decidieron enviar delegaciones de autoridades al gran festival nacional del 15 de agosto. No importan la composicion y el tamano de delegaciones, pero, los jefes deben ser grados similares del gran festival del 15 de junio para la reunificacion nacional. La delegacion de autoridades de la parte Norte permanecera en la parte Sur del 14 al 17 de agosto y el programa detallado sera consultado y definido mediante el intercambio de documentos por via Phanmunjom.
    Ademas, el Norte y el Sur decidieron cooperar para que el acto del 15 de agosto se desarrolle en un ambiente de reconciliacion y colaboracion, realizar actividad comun entre ambas delegaciones de autoridades y hacer que la delegacion nortena realizara ida y venida en su aeronave por via aerea directa del Mar Oeste y que el procedimiento de viajes, comodidades, seguridades fisicas y otros problemas practicos se ajustaran al precedente del citado festival del 15 de junio.

Inadecuado acto de "juez de DDHH" de Japon -Comentario de ATCC-

    Pyongyang, 23 de julio (ATCC) -- El canciller japones Machimura dijo el dia 17 que en las proximas conversaciones a seis bandas se debe discutir la "situacion de Derechos Humanos" de la Republica Popular Democratica de Corea.  Es una charlataneria absurda de las fuerzas conservadoras derechistas de Japon acaloradas en la confrontacion con la RPDC.
     Es de veras ridiculo el comportamiento de Japon de arrogarse un papel de "juez de DDHH" en la escena internacional imitando a EE.UU.
     Japon es un infierno de DDHH que no puede asegurar los derechos humanos elementales de las masas populares.
     Hoy dejan mudo de asombro a las personas del mundo los diversos tipos de violacion de DDHH que se reportan en Japon que se jacta de "Estado constitucional" y "pais mas seguro en el mundo".
     Se registran anualmente mas de mil 300 casos de asesinato y 3 millones de delitos, se amenaza y se atenta permanentemente el derecho a la vida y la inviolabilidad de las personas.
     En esta la xenofobia, el secuestro y el trafico de seres humanos se cometen abiertamente bajo el amparo del gobierno.
     No es casual que el delator especial de la comision de DDHH de la ONU, al hacer constatar que en la sociedad japonesa es muy grave la tendencia de xenofobia, censuro al gobierno japones que no tiene comprension debida de la gravedad de este problema y que la organizacion internacional del trabajo y la revista norteamericana "Newsweek" calificaron a Japon de un "traficante de seres humanos".
     Japon cometio el archi-crimen de violacion de DDHH al secuestrar y arrestar por fuerza a mas de 8.4 millones de coreanos en el siglo pasado y hoy tambien se califica de "pais de estratagema de secuestro", "pais con mayor numero de suicidios", porque perpetra sin cesar crimenes dentro y fuera de su pais. Es asqueroso que este pais isleno habla del problema de DDHH" de alguien.
     En la RPDC no pueden surgir los crimenes de violacion de DDHH porque en ella se asegura la estabilidad politica y todos los trabajadores estan unidos con una misma aspiracion y el sentimiento fraternal.
     Japon trata de censurar a la RPDC con el problema de "DDHH" luego de llevar a la mesa del dialogo el ya resuelto "problema de secuestro" para manchar la imagen de esta en la escena internacional y perseguir su politica hostil a esta.
     Lo que no podemos pasar por alto es que Japon carente de calificacion de participacion en las conversaciones a 6 partes maniobra absurdamente para llevar al debate el problema que no tiene que ver con la desnuclearizacion de la Peninsula Coreana a fin de hacer ambiguo el caracter de las conversaciones y aprovecharlas en la realizacion de su objetivo egoista.
     Al actuar asi Japon acelerara solo el camino de su autodestruccion.