President Bush and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe threatened stronger punitive actions against North Korea on Friday if it reneges on a promise to padlock its sole nuclear reactor. “Our patience is not unlimited,” said Bush, standing beside Abe at the Camp David presidential retreat where they stressed the strength of U.S.-Japan relations. Eager to show that the two nations stand united against Pyongyang, Abe said, “Should the North Koreans fail to keep their promise, we will step up our pressures on North Korea, and on that point again I believe we see eye-to-eye.” Full Story
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