North Korea's Kim calls on party members to work together
Tuesday, January 29, 2013 - 01:09
Jan. 29 - North Korean leader Kim Jong-un calls on government officials to work together amid international tensions over possible nuclear test. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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STORY: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on Monday called on low-ranking party officials to work together in fulfilling the country's goals.
"If hundreds of thousands of party members working in all areas, sectors and guard posts are firmly ready, our party and national projects will be accelerated. Also we will be able to mobilize our 10 million people at once to create a miracle which will surprise the world," Kim said in his opening speech at the 4th Meeting of Secretaries of Cells of the Workers' Party of Korea.
The speech came at a time of international tension over North Korea's possible nuclear test.
U.S. special envoy on North Korea policy Glyn Davies on Monday said an agreement had been reached on North Korean sanctions with China, South Korea and Japan.
The reclusive North declared a boycott of all dialogue aimed at ending its nuclear program and vowed to conduct more rocket and nuclear tests, blaming the U.N. Security council censuring it for a long-range missile launch in December.
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