JAPAN RULLING COALITION PLANS MISSION TO NORTH KOREA
TOKYO – Japan's ruling coalition parties plan to send a joint mission to North Korea to propose restarting talks on normalising relations between Tokyo and Pyongyang, a Socialist Party spokesman said on Monday.
The ruling Socialist Party, the Liberal Decocratic Party and New Party Sakigake wants to send a delegation soon after Kim Jong II, the east son and her apparent to late Presidnet Kim II-Sung, is named national president and NorthKorea Comminist Party Chief, the spokesman said: “the purpose of the mission is to meet with Kim Jong-II and ask for early resumption of normalization talks” he said.
The Socialist Party has already informed the North Korean government of the planned trip and is awaiting a reply from Pyongyang.
Foreign Minister Yohei Kono said last Monday's landmark agreement between the United states and North Korea to freeze Pyongyang's nuclear program removed a major obstacle to restarting the regutiations.
Talks between Tokyo and Pjongjang broke off in November 1992 after 22 months of fruitless exchanges on the nuclear issue.
Kim JongIl has yet to formally succeed his late father, but is expected to be named national president and ruling party chief within days in a final transfer of power.
Coalition: association, union, alliance
Coalition government: Coalition government
Ruling coalition parties: coalition of ruling parties
Joint mission: joint mission
Restart: start again
Normalizing relations: normalizing relations
The socialist party: socialist party đảng
The liberal democratic: liberal democratic party đảng
Heir apparent: crown prince (successor to the head of state)
Late president Kim II-Sung: late president Kim Il Sung
National president: the president of the country
North Korean Communist party Chief: the head of the communist party of the People's Republic of Korea
Resumption: to start over, to recover, to take back, to take back
Normalization talks: talks about normalization
Planned trip: the trip has been planned
Landmark agreement: compromise marks a turning point
Nuclear programme: nuclear program
Remove: to remove, to remove, to annihilate, to banish, to withdraw, to hinder
Obstacle: obstacle, obstacle,
To break off: sever ties, end family, stop succession
To succeed: succeed
To expect: to expect
To be named: to be appointed, to be appointed
Transfer of power: transfer of power
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Japan's ruling coalition of parties is expected to send a joint mission to North Korea to suggest restarting talks on normalizing relations between Tokyo and Pyongyang, a communist party spokesman said. The association announced Monday.
The ruling Socialist Party, Liberal Democratic Party and New Party Sakigake want to send a delegation to North Korea soon after Kim Jong-Il, the eldest son and successor of late leader Kim Il-sung, is appointed. President and head of the Communist Party of North Korea.
"The purpose of the mission is to get in touch with Chairman Kim Jong Il and propose to resume talks on normalization as soon as possible," a socialist party spokesman said.
The Socialist Party has informed the North Korean government of the planned trip and is waiting for a reply.
Foreign Minister Yohei Kona said on Monday that an agreement marking a turning point on the limitation of Pyongyang's nuclear program between the United States and the People's Republic of Korea has eliminated the obstacles to the resumption of negotiations.
Negotiations between Tokyo and Pyongyang failed in November 11 after 1992 months of fruitless exchanges on the nuclear issue.
Kim Jong Il has not yet officially succeeded his late father, but it is entirely possible to be appointed president and leader of the ruling party during the final transition of power.
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