Report: Kim Jong-Un issued ultimatum to Obama; N. Korea seen preparing nuclear test

January 2013
East-Asia-Intel Reports;1/23/2013, p9
The article reports on the issuance of an ultimatum to the U.S. President Barack Obama from North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un on nuclear weapons development. It mentions that the country will continue to develop such weapon unless Washington gives up its hostile stance of North Korea. It mentions that the North called the American government to establish a peace regime on the Korean Peninsula. It also emphasizes the reason behind the states refusal to replace the cease-fire.


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