Monday, September 19, 2005

North Korea Pledges Again

I feel so much better now that I have the "word" of the Korean Commies. Inspections worked so well in Iraq, I'm sure they will be even more successful in a more repressive regime like NK.

Let's make sure we have Jimmy "crack corn and I don't care" Carter make a return trip so he can assure us everything is ok on the peninsula. Jimmy and the "dear leader" Kim "ding dong" Jong Il, now there's a pair to draw to!

North Korea pledged to drop its nuclear weapons development and rejoin international arms treaties in a unanimous agreement Monday with other countries at six-party arms talks. The joint statement was the first ever after more than two years of negotiations.

The North "promised to drop all nuclear weapons and current nuclear programs and to get back to the (Nuclear) Nonproliferation Treaty as soon as possible and to accept inspections" by the International Atomic Energy Agency, according to the agreement by the six countries at the talks.

"All six parties emphasized that to realize the inspectable denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula is the target of the six-party talks," the statement said.

The North and United States also pledged in the agreement to respect each other's sovereignty and right to peaceful coexistence, and also to take steps to normalize relations.

"The United States affirmed that it has no nuclear weapons on the Korean Peninsula and has no intention to attack or invade (North Korea) with nuclear or conventional weapons," according to the statement, assurances echoed by South Korea.

From FOXNews.

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