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    Is the UN planning to send an army to Korea? Bangladesh was shocked when we heard the news. Its a shame they are fighting, they both have their own national flag. They could have been like brothers in the international trade. Or if the matter is about showing off power to the world then I suggest to attack some nuke giants who are ready to take the challenge anytime and prove to the whole world who is nuke boss.

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    The Republic of the Philippines is surprised to hear this news and would like the Rep from Bangladesh to show it's source for this info.
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    North Korea and Myanmar are dismayed by these remarks and demand their immediate retraction.
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    Brazil is, to say the least, perplexed by these remarks from Bangladesh, and seeks clarification on their meaning.
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    Indonesia does not believe that UN is sending any troops again into North Korea. Without any prove that this update is true Indonesia will refrain itself from commenting.
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    now how can i give clarification that Bangladesh was really shocked when we heard the news about this bombing :/
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    (Original post by Makubex)
    now how can i give clarification that Bangladesh was really shocked when we heard the news about this bombing :/
    Brazil would question why Bangladesh has asked for the intervention of a UN army. It believes that this is a very unhelpful suggestion.
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    (Original post by Makubex)
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    Perhaps you could provide the General Assembly with links to some sources :yy:
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    Finland is not surprised to hear the news, learning Iran has suspected N. Korean weapons with the ability to reach Europe is a cause for concern. Finland fully backs S. Korea regarding protecting its own citizens from artillery attacks.
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    Finland is not surprised to hear the news, learning Iran has suspected N. Korean weapons with the ability to reach Europe is a cause for concern. Finland fully backs S. Korea regarding protecting its own citizens from artillery attacks.
    Iran completely rejects this unfounded statement from Finland. Our relationship with North Korea is simply a normal bilateral relationship between two countries which reject the dominance of western philosophy. We are developing our PEACEFUL nuclear programme, as well as our missile programme, independently, and are not transferring technology to any other nations.
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    (Original post by sandys1000)
    Iran completely rejects this unfounded statement from Finland. Our relationship with North Korea is simply a normal bilateral relationship between two countries which reject the dominance of western philosophy. We are developing our PEACEFUL nuclear programme, as well as our missile programme, independently, and are not transferring technology to any other nations.
    Just like when Ahmadinejad rejected the fairly recent election results. Why does Iran need to have nuclear relations with North Korea if Iran has its own "peaceful" nuclear programme? Does Iran have the technology or resources to reach a country such as France?
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    (Original post by M1F2R3)
    Just like when Ahmadinejad rejected the fairly recent election results. Why does Iran need to have nuclear relations with North Korea if Iran has its own "peaceful" nuclear programme? Does Iran have the technology or resources to reach a country such as France?
    We do not understand your comment regarding the election: the president accepted the result of the election last year? Iran is not have nuclear relation with the DPRK, our programme is entirely domestic.
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    Greece and New Zealand both refuse to comment further on this until a source has been given to back up this bold statement.
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    France believes that the statement of Bangladesh should be clarified before we go further into this as it is very ambiguous
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    Red Cross believes it's imperative that peace talks are held before taking any actions or measures. It urges Bangladesh to not fuel the conflict by asking for a UN army to be deployed as it would simply complicate the issue and could potentially create a WW3 (as North Korea are unlikely to want UN deployed on their land). Red Cross urges all international states to help in the peace process in order to create a more stable East Asia.
 
 
 
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