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Rodong Sinmun Discloses Japan's "Four-Party Security Talks" Policy
Pyongyang, January 14 (KCNA) -- Japan recently set out a policy for building "four-party security talks" framework involving Japan, U.S., Australia and south Korea, according to Rodong Sinmun Friday.

The Japanese government has already buckled down to holding regular talks between the directors for foreign and defense affairs from spring this year if possible, a by-lined article of the paper said.

The paper pointed that the four-party talks allegedly for boosted "security cooperation" in Asia-Pacific are aimed to pressurize, besiege and contain the DPRK and China, not to ensure peace and security in the region as claimed by it.

The Japanese government brainstormed this idea, a green light to a war, to take direct part in the military action for reinvasion of Korea with the backing of like-minded supporters. It is making itself fully prepared, prompted by the militarist idea of invading and dominating Korea, China and other Asian countries, the article added.

It said the Japanese militarists challenge the trend of the times and the desire of people for peace, oblivious of the lesson from their disgraceful defeat in the past.

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