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North Korea calls for reunification with South on principles of federalization

July 07, 2014, 8:57 UTC+3
The DPRK authorities offer "to create the atmosphere favorable for reconciliation and unity, to end calumnies and vituperations"
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PYONGYANG, July 07. /ITAR-TASS/. The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) has offered South Korea to adopt a set of measures intended to open the way for reconciliation and unity, the official KCNA news agency reported.

The document notes that the North and South should jointly specify "the reunification proposals by way of federation and confederation and make efforts to realize them and thus actively promote co-existence, co-prosperity and common interests."

Pyongyang emphasizes that the reunification can be achieved on the basis of the federalization, supported by all "to achieve reunification through a federal formula in Korea where differing ideologies and social systems exist." To implement this task, the DPRK authorities offer "to create the atmosphere favorable for reconciliation and unity, to end calumnies and vituperations."

DPRK urged to focus on the joint declaration of 15 June. The document was signed during a visit to Pyongyang, South Korean president Kim Dae-jung, who met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il.

Meanwhile, the North Korean government warned that inter-Korean relations have hit bottom, when "the grave situation in which even a single remark and act and tiny friction may lead to a dangerous conflict and destruction of the nation is prevailing on the Korean peninsula as hostility and confrontation have reached the extremes.”

"Therefore, the Korean nation should “end reckless hostility and confrontation for the reconciliation and unity process," the statement says.

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