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Außenbeziehungen der DVRK
Die Pyongyang Times berichtet am 18.04.2017 über das Gratulationsschreiben von Kim Jong Un an Bashar al-Assad:

Kim Jong Un sends blessings to Syrian leader

Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers’ Party of Korea, chairman of the DPRK State Affairs Commission and supreme commander of the Korean People’s Army, send congratulations on April 17 to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on the occasion of the 71st anniversary of Syria’s independence.

In his message he extended warm congratulations and militant greetings to the Syrian President, government and people. And he denounced the recent US’ outrageous act of aggression against Syria and reaffirmed full support to and solidarity with the just cause of the Syrian government and people.

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Die KCNA schreibt über die momentan belastete Beziehung zwischen China und der DVRK:

"Commentary on DPRK-China Relations

Pyongyang, May 3 (KCNA) -- Kim Chol released a commentary on Wednesday, urging Chinese newspapers to refrain from making reckless remarks undermining the DPRK-China relations.
    Noting that a string of absurd and reckless remarks are now heard from big neighboring countries, perhaps frightened at the U.S. blackmail and war racket, everyday only to render the acute situation of the Korean peninsula more strained, the commentary says:
    The People's Daily and the Global Times, widely known as media speaking for the official stand of the Chinese party and government, have recently carried commentaries asserting that the DPRK's access to nukes poses a threat to the national interests of China. They shifted the blame for the deteriorated relations between the DPRK and China onto the DPRK and raised lame excuses for the base acts of dancing to the tune of the U.S.
    Those commentaries claimed that the DPRK poses a threat to "the security in the northeastern region of China" by conducting nuclear tests less than 100 km away from its border with China. They even talked rubbish that the DPRK strains the situation in Northeast Asia and "offers the U.S. excuses for deploying more strategic assets" in the region.
    Not content with such paradox, the commentaries asserted that to remain averse to the DPRK's access to nukes is to preserve interests common to the U.S. and China, calling for slapping harsher sanctions against the DPRK in order to avert a war which would bring danger to China.
    The newspapers, even claiming China holds the initiative in handling the DPRK-China relations, made no scruple of letting out a string of provocative remarks urging the DPRK to choose one among such options if it doesn't want military confrontation with China--"whether to face protracted isolation or to preserve national security by making a U-turn" and whether to break Sino-DPRK friendship or to dismantle its nukes.
    This is just a wanton violation of the independent and legitimate rights, dignity and supreme interests of the DPRK and, furthermore, constitutes an undisguised threat to an honest-minded neighboring country which has a long history and tradition of friendship.
    China is hyping up "damage caused by the DPRK's nuclear tests" in its three northeastern provinces. This only reveals the ulterior purpose sought by it, being displeased with the DPRK's rapid development of nukes.
    As far as "violation of national interests" oft-repeated by politicians and media persons of China is concerned, it is just the issue that the DPRK should rather talk much about.
    It is just the DPRK whose strategic interests have been repeatedly violated due to insincerity and betrayal on the part of its partner, not China at all.
    Some theorists of China are spouting a load of nonsense that the DPRK's access to nukes strains the situation in Northeast Asia and offers the U.S. an excuse for beefing up its strategic assets in the region. But the U.S. had activated its strategy for dominating Asia-Pacific long before the DPRK had access to nukes, and its primary target is just China.
    China should acknowledge in an honest manner that the DPRK has just contributed to protecting peace and security of China, foiling the U.S. scheme for aggression by waging a hard fight in the frontline of the showdown with the U.S. for more than seven decades, and thank the DPRK for it.
    Some ignorant politicians and media persons of China daringly assert that the traditional relations of the DPRK-China friendship were in line with the interests of each county in the past. They are advised to clearly understand the essence of history before opening their mouth.
    Their call for not only slapping stricter sanctions but also not ruling out a military intervention if the DPRK refuses to abandon its nuclear program is no more than an extremely ego-driven theory based on big-power chauvinism that not only the strategic interests but also the dignity and vital rights of the DPRK should be sacrificed for the interests of China.
    One must clearly understand that the DPRK's line of access to nukes for the existence and development of the country can neither be changed nor shaken and that the DPRK will never beg for the maintenance of friendship with China, risking its nuclear program which is as precious as its own life, no matter how valuable the friendship is.
    The DPRK, which has already become one of the most powerful nuclear weapons state, does not feel the need to think over how many options it has now.
    China should no longer try to test the limits of the DPRK's patience but make proper strategic option, facing up to the situation.
    China had better ponder over the grave consequences to be entailed by its reckless act of chopping down the pillar of the DPRK-China relations."
KCNA veröffentlichte nun das Antwortschreiben aus Syrien:

Reply Message to Kim Jong Un from Syrian President

    Pyongyang, May 7, 2017 (KCNA) -- Kim Jong Un, chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the DPRK, received a reply message from Bashar Al-Assad, president of the Syrian Arab Republic, on May 4.
    The president in the message expressed deep thanks to Kim Jong Un for sending kind congratulations on his re-election as regional secretary of the Baath Arab Socialist Party, and sincerely wished him good health and happiness and the friendly Korean people greater progress and development.
    The message highly appreciated that the Workers' Party of Korea has supported the Baath Arab Socialist Party and, in particular, Kim Jong Un and the leadership of the friendly DPRK have paid attention to helping Syria overcome the present difficulties, and supported its stand to tide over the present crisis through national dialogue in a peaceful way, including the issues of achieving its territorial integrity, protecting the people's interests and restoring the regional security and peace.

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Südkoreanische Medienberichte über Treffen von nordkorenischen Politikern mit ihren aktuellen Lieblingsfeinden:

mit Amerikanern:

und Chinesen:
Eine interessante Gesprächsrunde mit nordkoreanischer Beteiligung hat kürzlich in Stockholm stattgefunden:
Ein englischsprachiger Aufsatz beschreibt die Beziehungen zwischen der DVR Korea und Myanmar (ehemals Burma):

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"Warum stimmen Peking und Moskau gegen Pjöngjang?" - Ein internationaler Pressespiegel der Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung:
Auch heute wieder die neue Presseschau von Eurotopics/BpB, diesmal zur Wirkung von Sanktionen:
Der heutige internationale Pressespiegel von Eurotopics/BpB: "Wie soll die Welt mit Nordkorea umgehen?"

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WDR-Radio-Interview mit Prof. Rüdiger Frank zum Thema "Was will Nordkorea?"

22.08.2017 | 23 Min. | Quelle: WDR

Gast: Rüdiger Frank, Professor für Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft Ostasiens an der Universität Wien
Moderation: Sabine Brandi

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