North Korean diplomats conduct rare media outreach campaign

Outreach campaign includes one-on-one interview with North Korea's ambassador to the UK
January 30th, 2014
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North Korean diplomats are making a noticeable effort to speak to international media about the importance of inter-Korean reconciliation while warning of the potential consequences of forthcoming joint U.S. – South Korean military drills.

Diplomats from DPR Korea, traditionally known for their reluctance to speak to media, have in the past week hosted press events

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  • Donna Mitchell

    Why do North Korea want everyone else to dance to their tune, when they are the only ones left on the dance-floor. Time to ignore these idiots, & remove them from the UN