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Japan, N Korea to hold high-level talks in Mongolia

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High-level talks?

Can you imagine the technocrat of gaimucho saying something stupid like;

Eh, eh, eh, hay, hay,hay,hay wakarimashita.

High-level talks,humpf!

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issa1,

I don't know why you are so sarcastic about this.

That diplomats from North Korea and Japan are meeting for talks is a step up.

Honest, open communication that leads to understanding resolves problems.

Weapons and military aggression whether actual or threatened only serve to create problems or make them worse.

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i hope the Japanese guys chain themselves to the chair. Or else they may mysteriously disappear.

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Honest, open communication that leads to understanding resolves problems.

We're talking about North Korea here and you expect "honest and open" to be a part of the dialogue?

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Can offer some technologies so that my 'satellite' launches can fly more reliably above you?

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Yubaru-san,

You wrote:

We're talking about North Korea here and you expect "honest and open" to be a part of the dialogue?

That's not what I said.

I wrote:

Honest, open communication that leads to understanding resolves problems.

Weapons and military aggression whether actual or threatened only serve to create problems or make them worse.

I don't know what they will actually talk about.

I'm just saying that good, honest talk is better than acts of aggression.

That they are talking is a step up from firing dud missiles, trade embargoes and so on.

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Jpn asking NK to come clean on kidnappings is like asking jpn to come clean on ww2 atrocities, comfort women, warcrimes...not gonna happen, futile effort.

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So, cramp-san,

What would you do?

Nuke 'em?

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North Korean leader likes Japan. I think if they manage the things in a good way, there is a big chance for then to return back the kidnapped people. Also they can be a future market to Japan, but better to do nothing until they sign an anti nuclear treaty.

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