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DPRK is Ready for Both Dialogue and Confrontation

Pyongyang, March 1 (KCNA) — The U.S. and the south Korean bellicose forces finally kicked off large-scale war exercises against the DPRK, going against the unanimous aspiration and demand of the people at home and abroad for the peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula.

A spokesman for the DPRK Foreign Ministry Tuesday issued the following statement:

Key Resolve and Foal Eagle joint military exercises go to prove once again that the U.S. hostile policy to hinder the peaceful development of the DPRK in every way and stifle it by force of arms remains unchanged.

They are the U.S. exercises for a war of aggression against the DPRK to put pressure upon the East of the Asian Continent and thus put the whole of the Korean Peninsula under its military control. They are exercises for a nuclear war involving huge nuclear offensive means of the U.S. now under way according to an operational plan for making a preemptive nuclear attack on the DPRK.

The U.S. is talking about “provocations” from someone but the on-going joint military exercises cannot but be viewed as provocations. Given the fact that the international community unanimously expresses serious concern over the tense situation on the Korean Peninsula, this saber-rattling is itself a blatant provocation. The exercises whose purpose is to cope with the “contingency” of somebody and their nature suggests that they are the most serious provocation.

It was expected that south Korea would work hard to torpedo dialogue through all kinds of provocations to keep the confrontation prevailing between the north and the south.

As soon as the present south Korean authorities took power, they denied the reconciliation and cooperation between the north and the south. They are, therefore, under the political burden to justify their policy for escalating the confrontation at any cost till the next elections.

What merits a serious attention is a selfish aim of the U.S. to meet its strategic interests by taking advantage of such intention of the south Korean authorities. The U.S. is contemplating egging the south Korean authorities on to screw up the tension on the Korean Peninsula in a bid to round off the U.S.-Japan-south Korea triangular military alliance and establish military domination over this whole region.

The U.S. responded with its vicious military provocation to the DPRK’s proposal for avoiding actions which can be considered by each other as provocations and building confidence through dialogue and negotiations. It is nonsensical and hypocritical for the U.S. to talk about “sincere” dialogue, while kissing the south Korean authorities.

The DPRK has done what it can to make necessary dialogues successful as far as possible without any precondition, not webbed to modality of dialogue, prompted by the single desire to defuse the tension on the Korean Peninsula and ensure peace and stability there. The international community as a whole concerned about the escalating tension in the peninsula and the region is expressing positive support for the peace-loving efforts of the DPRK for dialogue.

The army and people of the DPRK are expressing irrepressible resentment at the U.S. for its high-handed act of staging the large-scale war maneuvers against the DPRK again quite contrary to the trend of the times.

Inevitable is the physical counter-action on the part of the army of the DPRK for self-defence. The hard-won opportunity of dialogue and detente is fading away.

The U.S. should be wholly accountable for all the consequences to be entailed by its military provocations.

The DPRK is ready for both dialogue and confrontation.

The U.S. would be well advised to know well that it would lose more than what it would gain by escalating the military tension on the peninsula.


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La Ashgabat, Vasile Vlasin a primit multumiri din partea poporului turkmen

In perioada 21-26 februarie, Vasile Vlasin a efectuat o vizita oficiala in Turkmenistan, unde, invitat fiind de presedintele Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, a rostit un discurs-cheie in cadrul Conferintei Internationale ”Origin of Turkmen People and Development of World Culture” (la care au participat cateva sute de lideri de opinie din 37 de tari ale lumii) si a avut o serie de intalniri cu decidenti ai statului turkmen.

Vasile Vlasin-reprezentantul cultural al IRICE rostind emotionantul discurs : Trecutul si Viitorul poporului Turkmen.

In dimineata primei zile de sedere in Asgabat, desi conditiile climatice erau defavorabile (neasteptat de frig pentru aceasta perioada a anului), consilierul municipal a tinut sa mearga la Nisa (vechea capitala a Imperiului Part), unde a ramas impresionat de siturile arheologice prezervate sau reconstituite.

Dupa-amiaza, Vlasin a fost, timp de 3 ore, oaspetele rectorului Universitatii de Stat din Turkmenistan, prof. univ. dr. Redjepmurad Kalayev, care descris pe larg sistemul educational in general si institutia de invatamant pe care o conduce, in special. Universitatea (care poarta numele marelui ganditor din secolul al XVIII-lea, Magtum-Guly) are 5 departamente reunind 27 de specializari. De altfel, in Turkmenistan sunt 16 universitati si alte institute de invatamant superior, unde invata peste 50.000 de studenti. Universitatile isi desfasoara activitatea in cladiri noi, din marmura, cu decoratiuni interioare si exterioare de exceptie, iar dotarile tehnice ale amfietretrelor, salilor de curs si seminar, laboratoarelor si salilor de lectura sunt de ultima generatie. In plus, studentii beneficiaza de burse substantiale si de cazare gratuita in campusurile universitare. Vlasin a purtat discutii interesante si cu mai multi prorectori, decani, prodecani, sefi de departamente si de catedre, profesori universitari, cercetatori si studenti, pentru a-si face o imagine asupra invatamantului turkmen si a elementelor organizationale care ar putea fi preluate si la noi, in Romania. De asemenea, s-au lansat invitatii reciproce pentru se a organiza evenimente bilaterale, prin care sa se dezvolte relatiile romano-turkmene la nivel universitar, stiintific si academic.

Vasile Vlasin aplaudat la scena deschisa : simbol al prieteniei romano-turkmene

In ziua urmatoare, Vasile Vlasin a rostit, intr-unul din superbele amfiteatre ale Universitatii de Stat, un amplu discurs despre ”Turkmenistan in the Epoch of New Revival and Great Transformation”. Un moment emotionant si inedit s-a petrecut dupa terminarea speech-ului, cand un student eminent (sef de promotie) i-a multumit lui Vlasin, in numele poporului turkmen, pentru cuvintele frumoase adresate, in cadrul discursului, la adresa tarii gazda. La randul sau, Vlasin i-a daruit, in aplauzele distinsei asistente, studentului turkmen o superba traista populara, continand mai multe daruri traditionale romanesti (din Maramures).

Evenimentul s-a derulat sub egida cooperarii culturale si academice romano-turkmene organizate de Ambasada Turkmenistanului in Romania si Institutul de Relatii Internationale si Cooperare Economica din Romania marcand cea dea 5-a prezenta culturala romaneasca  in Turkmenistan.

Relatiile intre Romania si Turkmenistan cunosc o rapida dezvoltare ambele parti fiind decise ca  anul 2011 sa reprezinte un varf al relatiei bilaterale pe toate planurile.

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