Barack Obama does not intend to call Kim Jong Ynu

Barack Obama does not intend to call Kim Jong Ynu

Washington : DC : USA | Mar 05, 2013 at 2:50 AM PST
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Barack Obama will not call Kim Jong Ynu. This was the official representative of the U.S. President Jay Carney. According to him, the American president is not going to talk on the phone with the leader of a country that does not respect human rights.

"The United States has direct communication channels with the DPRK, we use. Instead of spending money on sports events with guest stars and entertain members of their elite, the regime of North Korea should improve the lives of its people. People who are starving, sitting in prison and deprived of human rights. DPRK's actions are contrary to the UN Security Council sanctions. They threaten international peace and security "- said Carney.

The fact that the North Korean leader is waiting for a call from the U.S., it became known after a visit to the DPRK Dennis Rodman. The famous basketball player in the past, and now a successful entertainer talked to Kim Jong Ynom a basketball game in Pyongyang. After this conversation, Rodman was profuse in compliments for Kim. According to the athlete, the head of North Korea can now be considered a close friend. However, the U.S. State Department immediately distanced himself from this trip: the Foreign Service USA stressed that Rodman went to North Korea as a private citizen, not as an envoy of Washington.

rsa76 is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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