North Korea and Medium-Range Nuclear Missiles - a winning combination Watch

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OOC: Good typo there. Freudian slip?
IC: The Bhutan is relieved to see diplomacy is still playing an important part in proceedings.
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Freudian slip?
Could be :ninja:
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the DPRK fully stands by its decision to test these long range missiles. this is but a warning shot that we shall not be subdued by continuing US tyranny. unlike Afghanistan aand Iraq we possess the means and the will to fight back against the US. this test was to prove that were there to be any military action taken against the DPRK, the fight will be brought to the US and all its allies who persist on attempting to monopolise the possession of defense capabilities. No longer will the US citizens be free from the consequences of electing an ape to rule the country. We support Iran in its pursuit of Nucleur technology and would be happy to provide them with further technological advances were the US to attempt to stop them.
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the DPRK fully stands by its decision to test these long range missiles. this is but a warning shot that we shall not be subdued by continuing US tyranny. unlike Afghanistan aand Iraq we possess the means and the will to fight back against the US. this test was to prove that were there to be any military action taken against the DPRK, the fight will be brought to the US and all its allies who persist on attempting to monopolise the possession of defense capabilities. No longer will the US citizens be free from the consequences of electing an ape to rule the country. We support Iran in its pursuit of Nucleur technology and would be happy to provide them with further technological advances were the US to attempt to stop them.
The DPRK should realise that the world stands against it's decision to fire these missiles. Should it believe that it can continue such activities, without consequence, it is highly mistaken.
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The DPRK should realise that the world stands against it's decision to fire these missiles. Should it believe that it can continue such activities, without consequence, it is highly mistaken.
If the US believes it can take action without consequence it is highly mistaken. the DPRK has no cause for concern about the world's view on its actions, our sole priority is to protect the interests of our citizens and when this is fulfilled, to help other nations in their fight against oppression and tyranny
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Is the DPRK not interested in having good neighbours?
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Is the DPRK not interested in having good neighbours?
our primary interest is in protecting the rights of our citizens, relations with neighbours which hinder or prevent this are ones which we are not interested in.
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If the US believes it can take action without consequence it is highly mistaken. the DPRK has no cause for concern about the world's view on its actions, our sole priority is to protect the interests of our citizens and when this is fulfilled, to help other nations in their fight against oppression and tyranny
Really? We'll then you won't mind if everyone stops exporting to the DPRK.
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Really? We'll then you won't mind if everyone stops exporting to the DPRK.
the US cannot force others to stop trading with the DPRK, you can do as you wish with regards to your ailing economy, whether other countries want to continue exports is up to them. We believe that for those that want to stop, whom we would rather remain trading partners with, we will be able to provide incentives to prevent the cease of trading between our nations.
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our primary interest is in protecting the rights of our citizens, relations with neighbours which hinder or prevent this are ones which we are not interested in.
But UN or unilateral sanctions are surely not in your citizens' interests.
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OOC: Could someone PM me the spelling mistake? Im guessing "foolest" :p:
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OOC: Could someone PM me the spelling mistake? Im guessing "foolest" :p:
I though "foolest" as well but now I'm not sure if that was the slip.
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China is very concerned that Japan seems to be seriously considering a pre-emptive strike against North Korean missile bases. We urge all nations to continue to pursue a diplomatic solution.
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China is very concerned that Japan seems to be seriously considering a pre-emptive strike against North Korean missile bases. We urge all nations to continue to pursue a diplomatic solution.
We too would like to reiterate that a diplomatic solution would be best.
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Australia believe the testing to be highly provacative and hope that what North Korea has done is condemned as provocative not only by Australia and Japan but also by other countries in the six-power group.
We have already expressed our displeasure to the North Korean Ambassador to Australia, Chon Jae Hong. We have cancelled a planned diplomatic visit to North Korea amid the news.

We hope diplomatic relations can continue and bear fruit in the future but think a hard line should be taken in the immediate aftermath of the launches to show the international displeasure at such belligerent motions being made by the North Koreans.

The American line seems quite fitting and we support it at this moment in time. The people of Australia are anxious that a solution can be brought to the fore without a full embargo being placed upon North Korea.

Australia is also eager to mention that the vulnerability it feels in being close to the sphere of influence that the missiles will have, has led her to hope that further aggressive actions by North Korea, may provoke a harder line being taken against North Korea in the future should her actions continue.

Lastly, Australia would like to advocate her belief in self-determination and freedom of nations to follow policies by which they may make their country secure but condemns any perceived hostile actions by a country which threatens the security of another.

Let us hope diplomacy may soothe the tensions arising from the launches.
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China is very concerned that Japan seems to be seriously considering a pre-emptive strike against North Korean missile bases. We urge all nations to continue to pursue a diplomatic solution.
We are still highly committed to six party talks, and desire a diplomatic solution. We will discus the matter more with US during the G8 summit. The missile bases however are illegal and a threat to Japan, we are within out rights to consider eliminating them.
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The UK expresses strong displeasure at the Japanese government's intention to launch a pre-emptive strike on North Korea. We believe that the Japanese SDF should abide by its constituion, and not demonstrate traits reminiscent of its imperialistic past.
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China is very concerned that Japan seems to be seriously considering a pre-emptive strike against North Korean missile bases. We urge all nations to continue to pursue a diplomatic solution.
Iran echoes this sentiment.
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The UK expresses strong displeasure at the Japanese government's intention to launch a pre-emptive strike on North Korea. We believe that the Japanese SDF should abide by its constituion, and not demonstrate traits reminiscent of its imperialistic past.
Intention? We have no intention of launching a pre-emptive strike. It is being considered, ie it is an option still on the table, but as yet we have no intention of of doing so.

All that has been said is this:

"If we accept that there is no other option to prevent an attack ... there is the view that attacking the launch base of the guided missiles is within the constitutional right of self-defense. We need to deepen discussion,"

This missile test increases the threat to Japan, and as I said earlier we are well within our rights to consider all the options available to us
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Well, we don't even want you to consider it. That shouldn't be an option at the first place.
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