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DPRK, Russia agree to work for peace, stability

12-15-2010 08:28 BJT Special Report:Tension soars on Korean peninsula |

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A spokesman for the DPRK's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a statement over its foreign minister's official visit to Moscow.

The spokesman said Russia expressed its understanding of the DPRK's position on the shelling incident of Yeongpyong island, as well as its worry about tension on the Korean peninsula. It claims Russia has noted the DPRK's belief that nuclear activity for peaceful purposes is a right of every country.

He also said the two sides agreed to make efforts together to guarantee the peace and stability of Korean Peninsula through bilateral and multilateral discussions, including the six-party talks.

Editor:Zhang Jingya |Source: CNTV.CN

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