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21 September 2004 - North Korea Special Weapons News

  • Weekly Report on North Korea (No. 711) ROK Ministry of Unification
  • RUSSIA / KOREA VOA 21 Sep 2004 -- Russian President Vladimir Putin and his South Korean counterpart President Roh Moo Hyun have reiterated calls for curbing North Korea's nuclear weapons drive and continuing the six-nation talks aimed at defusing the Korean nuclear crisis.
  • Kim Jong Il Sends Congratulatory Message to Hu Jintao KCNA 21 Sep 2004 -- Kim Jong Il, general secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, today sent a message of greetings to Hu Jintao, chairman of the Central Military Commission of the Communist Party of China.
  • U.S. Double Standards Assailed KCNA 21 Sep 2004 -- A Rodong Sinmun analyst Monday hits at the jugglery employed by the United States to gloss over the cases of secret nuclear-related experiments in south Korea, which have given rise to international controversy.
  • GNP's Traitorous Nature Disclosed KCNA 21 Sep 2004 -- Rodong Sinmun Monday carries a commentator's article disclosing the crime-woven history of the Grand National Party as it is making desperate efforts to scuttle the probe into the past crimes, an issue that has sparked off an acute political confrontation in south Korea.
  • Protocols Signed between DPRK and Cuban Governments KCNA 21 Sep 2004 -- The protocol of the 23rd meeting of the Inter-governmental Economic, Scientific and Technological Consultative Committee and a 2005 protocol on the commodity exchange between the the DPRK and Cuba were signed in Pyongyang Monday.
  • Song Ho Gyong Dies KCNA 21 Sep 2004 -- Song Ho Gyong, deputy to the Supreme People's Assembly of the DPRK, vice-director of a department of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea and vice-chairman of the Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee (KAPPC), died of a long illness on September 19, Juche 93 (2004) at the age of 63.

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