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Japan objects new nuke talks without NKorea compromise

A key policymaker in Japan’s ruling party has said Tokyo would object to an easy resumption of talks on North Korea’s nuclear program, warning compromise from Pyongyang was a prerequisite for dialogue. “The six-party talks should not resume without careful consideration,” Syoichi Nakagawa, chairman of policy research council of the Liberal Democratic Party, told a television news program. “It’s OK if (North Korea) brings something about progress or contribution to peace. But otherwise, it’s no good,” Nakagawa said. “We don’t think that resuming talks itself is meaningful.” Full Story

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