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No change in North Korea under new leader

Friday, December 30, 2011 - 01:26

Dec. 30 - North Korea declares no policy change as country ends official mourning period while South Korea says it will respond promptly to any changes. Sunita Rappai reports.

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-- the morning a warning. Given a plumber and North Korea's -- official communication with the outside wound up following the death of leader Kim Jong-Il. And the transition of power to his Som. Is this stock message that it's business as usual. This news -- on stage on television. Warns that foolish politicians around the well. Including the topic forces in South Korea should expect no change. It. And it. South Korean officials responded by saying they would be watching their isolated -- closely. This unification ministry spokesman. Says that the heightened uncertainty following Kim's death. They would respond promptly to any changes. To. Thousands of north Koreans around the country. Page that last respects to benlate DN veto on Thursday as a state ended its official mourning period. North and South Korea were still technically at war. Since the 1950 to 53 Korean War ended in a truce without a peace treaty. -- -- -- Royalties.

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No change in North Korea under new leader

Friday, December 30, 2011 - 01:26