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Abe says that only North Korea will receive help if it meets different conditions

Abe says that only North Korea will receive help if it meets different conditions

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said today that there will only be economic support for North Korea after Pyongyang has met a number of conditions, including denuclearization, the abandonment of its ballistic program and the resolution of the situation of the citizens. Japanese hostages.

"If we can fully solve the problem of the kidnapped Japanese and nuclear and ballistic problem, if we make a clean slate on the miserable past and normalize diplomatic relations, then we can provide economic aid" to North Korea, said the president after a meeting in Vladivostok, on the Russian coast of the Pacific, with the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin.

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Japan and North Korea have no diplomatic relations, and one of the main obstacles to the normalization of their ties is the question of dozens of cases of Japanese citizens who were kidnapped by the regime decades ago, whose resolution is a political priority for the Japanese government.

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