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26 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 15th 2009, 08:26

At this point in time the Delegates of North Korea are nothing less than pleased with the Venezuelan delegates and their stand on Nuclear Weapons. As my Security Council member has mentioned in the above topics however, North Korea is not willing to put down it's Nucler Weapons Program without compensation. Such compensation would possibly include, but is not limited to; the end of Nuclear Weapons Programs in all countries that have obtained or are in the process of obtaining Nuclear Weapons Programs, and the Destruction of all Nucelar Weapons that currently exist. North Korea would also be searching for economic compensation to rebuild it's infrastructure and it's economy that has since been devastated by the efforts of the U.S. and South Korea.

Beyond this, if a resolution cannot be met concerning North Korea's ability and rights to continue it's Nucelar Weapons Program, North Korea would look for another outlet such as the one presented by Venezuela. North Korea, in this situation would look for U.S. demilitarization at the DMZ, and economic compensation in addition of the resolution suggested by the Venezuelan Delegation. North Korea might be willing to consider a partnership or joint resolution with Venezuela if this situation plays out.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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27 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 15th 2009, 15:27

I personally understand about what the Security Council delegate of NK is saying about not wanting to give up its ability to acquire nuclear weapons especially not before the USA to remove its troops from the DMZ and nearby regions. But from what I remember from last year, US see NK as a threat, a serious threat. Especially since they are acquiring nuclear weapons. So the only rational solution for US is that they have troops stationed near NK only for security and safety reasons. So the way they look at it is, NK should be the first ones to give up nuclear weapons, and then US troops leave the area.

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28 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 15th 2009, 16:06

In relation to what Kris just said regarding the sanctions against North Korea, all delegates should be aware that North Korea has adopted a new question of which states: Effective measures to remove the sanctions imposed by the USA against North Korea.

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29 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 15th 2009, 16:41

Delegate Kris of Pakistan,

It is the understanding of the North Korean Delegation that the U.S. and in fact other countries around the world feel that North Korea poses a threat. North Korea also observes how the threat would grow with it acquiring Nuclear Weapons. However, the sole purpose for North Korea's Nucler Weapons Program is to defend it's country and it's people from further attacks from the U.S. or South Korea. Other countries are so content on putting North Korea's Nuclear Weapons Program down, because it is a stated as "a very real threat" to other countries national security. However, Delegations tend overlook and not understand North Korea's reasoning for keeping the Program moving.

While the North Korean Delegation does agree that it will take a joint effort to settle out and resolve this conflict, North Korea will not comply with the proposal of destroying it's Nuclear Weapons Program before U.S. troops stationed at the DMZ have, at the bare minimum, began to pull back and return to the country they actually defend.

The North Korean Delegation would also like to denounce the United States on account of the fact that for the past 20+ years it has remained at the DMZ even after the Korean war ended.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

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30 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 15th 2009, 23:33

NorthKorea_Tyler wrote:

Beyond this, if a resolution cannot be met concerning North Korea's ability and rights to continue it's Nucelar Weapons Program, North Korea would look for another outlet such as the one presented by Venezuela. North Korea, in this situation would look for U.S. demilitarization at the DMZ, and economic compensation in addition of the resolution suggested by the Venezuelan Delegation. North Korea might be willing to consider a partnership or joint resolution with Venezuela if this situation plays out.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

The delegate of NK should be aware that the Delegation of Venezuela is against the sanctions and mainly all actions token by the US. However, Venezuela is a memeber of the NPT and truly believes NK, and all the other nations, should end any nuclear weapon program.
Sanctions must be stopped immediatly, but the nuclear weapons programs too.

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31 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 16th 2009, 10:51

Venezuelan Delegation,

The North Korean Delegation agrees with both of your countries points that; sanctions should be stopped, and ALL Nucler Weapons Programs should be shut down for good. However, unfortunately due to the views and ideals of other countries that already possess Nucler Weapons, North Korea is no longer able to pursue this cause. Countries such as the U.S. and Russia will not be willing to give up such Programs and such weapons just so North Korea doesn't continue its reasearch.

For this reason, North Korea will be approaching a resolution similar to the idea that every recognized country should have the right to research and create Nuclear Weapons.

North Korea will not change it's resolution or it's views until further information and reasons are provided to persuade North Korea down another path.

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Tyler Simpson

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32 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 16th 2009, 16:42

NorthKorea_Tyler wrote:Venezuelan Delegation,
For this reason, North Korea will be approaching a resolution similar to the idea that every recognized country should have the right to research and create Nuclear Weapons.

North Korea will not change it's resolution or it's views until further information and reasons are provided to persuade North Korea down another path.

North Korean Delegate,
Tyler Simpson

Delegate, yes, all countries should stop nuclear weapons programs, however ALL nations in the world have the right to create nuclear power development for peaceful reasons, and the USA has put himself in a very critical position towards nuclear development in other nations.

What the delegation of Venezuela noticed is that the US has made up reasons to stop nuclear power development in countries considered not to be their alleys. For example; when Bush claimed Iraq's government had weapons of mass destructions so they could invade Iraq's territory. US ended up killing thousands of Iraq's civilians and soldiers, and even a few American solders, and after all the struggle it was proven that there weren't any weapons, it was all a lie made up by US' gov.

United State of America is trying to maintain its huge influence in the world, which also is known as power, by damaging other nations' development. And if we were to think; the huge nuclear threat to the world is US - they used nuclear bombs against Japan in the end of WWII, they gave nuclear weapons to Israel, they killed thousands of Iraq’s citizens with a fake reason. Delegates, we must not make mistake when the issue is the well being of innocent citizens, the United State of America is responsible for human rights abuses and they have violated the NPT, it’s up to the nations recognized by the UN to decide if it is worth it defend a country who violated more human rights abuses than any other nation and is preventing other countries to develop.

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33 The delegate is right... on October 16th 2009, 18:27

The delegate of North Korea thoroughly agrees with the point issued by the Venezuelan delegate: USA has for long, now, issued an uncontrolable repression throughout the globe for considering itself upon the "written law". The USA currently holds the record for involvement in military conflict, over 250 between 1945-2002 (According to the "The World of Politics")!

Amazingly enough the USA should not even be considered such an important country as other nations such as Japan and Germany have already greatly exceled the USA's donation to the UN and needing nations!

Unfortunately, as estated by NK's Asian delegate our nation has no other choice than to maintain a growing nuclear programe as the threat by the USA continues to increase speedly. USA is bringing new units into the DMZ including now one of US's greatest carriers...

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34 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 16th 2009, 18:34

As the delegate of Pakistan, I would like to state our position on this topic. Pakistan and NK are long time trading partners therefore relations are strong. North Korea has enemies all around the world and one of those is the US. US have made NK one of their biggest targets. NK simply want protection. Protection is best achieved by attaining nuclear weapons. US have nuclear weapons as well, and US want to feel in power, or superior, or in control. As Vanessa said, “United States of America is trying to maintain its huge influence in the world, which also is known as power, by damaging other nations' development.” If North Korea gain nuclear power, US will not have the same power over NK as they did. But where Pakistan stands, nuclear power is needed in NK for protection purposes from multiple countries. Pakistan will aid NK with their greatest potential.

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35 Pleased on October 16th 2009, 18:42

The delegation of North Korea is pleased for finally seeing a nation capable of understanding a conflict in its very essence. As for that reason, NK would be glad to assist the nation of Pakistan in any possible manner considering mutual goals...

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36 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 16th 2009, 20:16

pakistan_kris wrote: NK simply want protection. Protection is best achieved by attaining nuclear weapons. US have nuclear weapons as well, and US want to feel in power, or superior, or in control. As Vanessa said, “United States of America is trying to maintain its huge influence in the world, which also is known as power, by damaging other nations' development.” If North Korea gain nuclear power, US will not have the same power over NK as they did. But where Pakistan stands, nuclear power is needed in NK for protection purposes from multiple countries. Pakistan will aid NK with their greatest potential.

Yes, delegate of Pakistan, the delegate of Venezuela believes that most of our ideals share common sense, however, please delegate, that back what you said about nuclear weapons being the best way to have protection. Yes, indeed, nuclear weapons are very powerful, but they are dangerous, they threaten the life of innocent civilians and sometimes it’s better to forget political conflicts than to start any nuclear weapons program.

I, the delegate of Venezuela, is very pleased to know the delegate of Pakistan agreed with was one said by the delegate of Venezuela: “United States of America is trying to maintain its huge influence in the world, which also is known as power, by damaging other nations' development.” US must be aware that by trying to prevent development of nations non-aligned to them, they will create more and more tension. South American countries have spent more than 51 billion dollars in military aids to protect their border from Colombia, as known as US' number one influenced nation in South America. And the delegate of Venezuela is 100% sure this issue between SA vs. US' Colombia will begin to spread through the whole world.

The delegate of Venezuela would like to end this response with a phrase from an intellectual and respectful personality, Evo Moralez - president of Bolivia-
"If the United States doesn't want to sell to us, there's China or Russia,"

And by the way, Russia and Bolivia has just conclude a hug arm deal.
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37 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 16th 2009, 20:37

Delegate, yes, all countries should stop nuclear weapons programs, however ALL nations in the world have the right to create nuclear power development for peaceful reasons



What my country is proposing is the shutting down of North Korea’s nuclear weapon facilities not to close nuclear power facilities. South Korea also has nuclear power facilities, but the problem with North Korea is that when the IAEA their facilities they gave evidences that North Korea was producing more than eighty grams of plutonium on January of 1992. After IAEA inspections on 2002 at the Yongbyon nuclear complex, North Korea withdrew from the NPT on January. 10, 2003 and announced their pursuit of nuclear weapons. The North Korean government also announced that it has 8,000 nuclear fuel rods, which represents a sufficient amount to produce about six nuclear bombs on October of 2003. Don’t the delegates agree that this is not a peaceful reason of using nuclear facilities? Don’t the delegates agree that this is a menace to the international community? Don’t the delegates agree that a country like North Korea, that has nuclear weapons, to be testing missiles that can hit the United States western coast, the capital city of my nation or Japan, which are the countries that want to close their nuclear facilities, is a threaten to us?

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38 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 17th 2009, 00:28

South Korea_Alana wrote:

What my country is proposing is the shutting down of North Korea’s nuclear weapon facilities not to close nuclear power facilities. South Korea also has nuclear power facilities, but the problem with North Korea is that when the IAEA their facilities they gave evidences that North Korea was producing more than eighty grams of plutonium on January of 1992. After IAEA inspections on 2002 at the Yongbyon nuclear complex, North Korea withdrew from the NPT on January. 10, 2003 and announced their pursuit of nuclear weapons. The North Korean government also announced that it has 8,000 nuclear fuel rods, which represents a sufficient amount to produce about six nuclear bombs on October of 2003. Don’t the delegates agree that this is not a peaceful reason of using nuclear facilities? Don’t the delegates agree that this is a menace to the international community? Don’t the delegates agree that a country like North Korea, that has nuclear weapons, to be testing missiles that can hit the United States western coast, the capital city of my nation or Japan, which are the countries that want to close their nuclear facilities, is a threaten to us?

First of all, the Delegation of Venezuela agrees with SK proposal to shut down nuclear weapon development in North Korea, but the delegate of SK also brought up a very important point, nations close to NK, such as Japan, SK, US opposes the current socialist government and are trying to change it by making it more democratic. --- Before you, delegates, think "Oh, Venezuela's leader is Hugo Chavez, so Venezuela is positioning itself against democracy in all measures.", The delegates of the Asian caucus might want to take notice Hugo Chavez is not strictly against democracy, he believes democracy is not the correct path for fairness, and the delegates should be aware that Venezuela supports the democratic party in Honduras, while US: the military coup --- Anyways ... these nations are a threat to NK too, NK has the right to try to protect its territory and citizens, not that nuclear weapons was the right thing to do.

Despite political parties, every nation who begins nuclear development, with or without nuclear weapon program, is considered a threat to the US, which make understandable why NK chose not to speak about its nuclear facilities until it unaligned with the NPT.

NK stated very clearly it had no intension to stop any nuclear program even though about all nations in the world are against it. Delegates, the situation in NK and the nations nearby is very critical, therefore all delegates must be open-minded and put themselves in NK's position. How can a country threatened by sanctions and strong, powerful militaries be able to create an agreement or find a solution with his "enemies" to a problem like this one?

The delegate of Venezuela doesn’t blame NK for not putting to an end its nuclear weapon development though that's the right thing to do. And what if NK chooses to end it nuclear weapons program? What will happen to its nuclear energy development? Who will repair its economy? Will the sanctions be remove immediately? - Because the US has proven itself not to be trustworthy - Who will insure the security of the socialist leader and the communist party? Will the US military leave the nation alone - because this wasn't what happens in Iraq after it was proven the government had no possession of weapons of mass destruction? Where will NK's nuclear weapons go? The problem wouldn't disappear from one day to another; NK will never be what it was before. Ok, so hypothetically the nuclear weapons were taken away from NK and the programs came to an end. US is happy and secure. SK is happy and secure. Japan is happy and secure. Most of the world is happy and secure. BUT WHAT ABOUT NORTH KOREA???

In a democracy majority rules, the world would be happier and secure. But that’s not socialism, what about the minority? What about North Korea?

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39 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 17th 2009, 11:44

All Delegates and their respective Delegations,

First off, the North Korean Delegation would like to thank the countries of Pakistan and Venezuela for siding with North Korea's ideas so far. The North Korean Delegation is pleased that the conversations and resolutions between Pakistan and Venezuela have gone happily and peacefully so far. North Korea would be extremely greatful if the discussions between North Korea and it's possible allies continue to move forward in a peaceful manner.

Secondly, the North Korean Delegation would like to make an official statement on it's Nucler Weapons Program. North Korea has no intentions of stopping or ceasing it's Nuclear Weapons Research Program in the near future. At this point in time, North Korea's Nuclear interests lie only in the defense and welfare of it's citizens and it's country. North Korea is fearful that the growing threat of the DMZ on it's Southern border will soon reach a climax so tense and unrecoverable that it will not end well for any country directly and/or militarily involved.

Finally, the North Korean Delegation is going to start looking into private discussions and treaties between countries interested in or aiding North Korea in any way politically. So far these possible allies could include but are not limited to; Pakistan, Venezuela, Iran, Afghanistan, China, and Russia.

At this time the North Korean Delegation will say that the alliance with any of these countries could go either way, yay or nay, depending on the future conversations, discussions, evidential findings, and political statements to or from these countries and their Delegations in the next two weeks.

The North Korean Delegation thanks you for your time and interest in reading this statement.

North Korean Delegate,
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40 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 17th 2009, 14:26

Delegate of North Korea

The delegate of Japan understood that you have no intentions of stopping Nuclear weapon productions. Since weapons are used in war or battles, it is against the world's peace, which is the true purpose of the United Nations. The UN has been created to create what we call the world peace, to raise technologically retarded countries and to help countries develop.

Since the relations between Japan and North Korea are not really what we can call peaceful, Japan and its population fear war and the nuclear weapons' powers. Japan and North Korea are still really close to each other geographically, Japan and South Korea would be the first to feel the next nuclear weapon.

Japan already knows what does a nuclear bomb looks like, and Japan is still trying to repair the damages caused by this bomb.

If Japan takes another bomb, it would mean that it is against the world peace because it would be considered as a war provocation, Us will probably answer to our problem and help us out and the 3rd world war would start.

If Japan takes another bomb, Japan's technology will go down a lot, and will have the same technological state as any other countries in difficulty. Japan would not be able to research anymore since Japan's priority would be to repair again the damages of this bomb.

If Japan takes another bomb, then factories of production of today's I-tech, the production of electronic materials sold in the whole world, would be destroyed, and Japan's economy would go down straight. Then Japan will just be a country like another, in other continents, in development state.

All the reason why UN is created would be violated if North Korea uses his nuclear weapons. The effect of those weapons described in above are the consequences of it in Japan; those consequences will be the same for any other countries, in a less or more violent way.

Japan is definitively against the nuclear weapons, because it would cause another war, because it is against the UN principles, and because it can ruin any country.

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41 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 17th 2009, 15:32

Delegate of North Korea, I am personally a little confused by when you said at the beginning of your last post on this topic: “First off, the North Korean Delegation would like to thank the countries of Pakistan and Venezuela for siding with North Korea's ideas so far.” What I don’t understand is that the delegate of Venezuela said earlier: “First of all, the Delegation of Venezuela agrees with SK proposal to shut down nuclear weapon development in North Korea.”

NK has no intension what so ever to close any nuclear facilities and the delegate of Pakistan respects that completely due to protection purposes. The delegate of Venezuela has stated earlier that they don’t agree with this act. So the subject I would like further explanation on is how/why NK looks for aid or further cooperation from Venezuela? Or how Venezuela would propose to assist NK and their Nuclear Weapon facilities.

Kristian
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42 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 17th 2009, 16:11

Delegate of North Korea, I am personally a little confused by when you said at the beginning of your last post on this topic: “First off, the North Korean Delegation would like to thank the countries of Pakistan and Venezuela for siding with North Korea's ideas so far.” What I don’t understand is that the delegate of Venezuela said earlier: “First of all, the Delegation of Venezuela agrees with SK proposal to shut down nuclear weapon development in North Korea.”

The delegate of Japan thinks that the delegate of North Korea should be more careful about the affirmations he states, and should give more intention about the responses that other delegates as the delegate of Venezuela's. This could be really confusing for other delegates as the delegate of Japan who is really concern about this topic since the future of Japan will depend of the answer of North Korea.

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43 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 17th 2009, 17:01

The purpose of the United Nations is to solve problems peacefully and ensure safety to the international community. North Korea clearly is disrespecting this purpose. That can`t be ignored, since they agreed with the UN charter, which states that "armed force shall not be used". No one can disagree that nuclear weapons are armed forces.

Yes, many might argue that the nuclear weapons are only created for their country`s defense, but delegates, how can defending a country with nuclear weapons peaceful? In fact, how can anything be done peacefully with nuclear weapons involved? The United Nations aims to negotiate and create solutions through agreements, and definitely not by threatening other countries with armed forces like nuclear weapons.

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44 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 17th 2009, 17:23

japan_prosper wrote: The delegate of Japan thinks that the delegate of North Korea should be more careful about the affirmations he states, and should give more intention about the responses that other delegates as the delegate of Venezuela's. This could be really confusing for other delegates as the delegate of Japan who is really concern about this topic since the future of Japan will depend of the answer of North Korea.

pakistan_kris wrote:Delegate of North Korea, I am personally a little confused by when you said at the beginning of your last post on this topic: “First off, the North Korean Delegation would like to thank the countries of Pakistan and Venezuela for siding with North Korea's ideas so far.” What I don’t understand is that the delegate of Venezuela said earlier: “First of all, the Delegation of Venezuela agrees with SK proposal to shut down nuclear weapon development in North Korea.”

NK has no intension what so ever to close any nuclear facilities and the delegate of Pakistan respects that completely due to protection purposes. The delegate of Venezuela has stated earlier that they don’t agree with this act. So the subject I would like further explanation on is how/why NK looks for aid or further cooperation from Venezuela? Or how Venezuela would propose to assist NK and their Nuclear Weapon facilities.

DELEGATES OF PAKISTAN AND JAPAN indeed, the relationship between Venezuela and NK is very complicated, much like the situation in discuss. NK HAS to stop it nuclear weapon program immediately, but right now the only thing holding back the United States and its Western Asian allies from responding to NK is the fact that NK's government possess nuclear weapons.

DELEGATE OF SOUTH KOREA: First of all the delegate of Venezuela doesn’t recall any post stating that the nuclear weapons are, somehow, peaceful. Anyways when the struggles between communist NK and democratic SK ended in the battlefield, the tension between the two nations kept growing. Geographically, NK was, and still is, in a very sharp situation, where it’s mainly surrounded by non-aligned nations. Since always US have been pressuring NK's communist party and the socialist president who are currently in power, so NK choose to defend itself from the threats by creating a nuclear weapon program...

DELEGATES The Delegation of Venezuela is unaware of which delegation will present a resolution under NK's nuclear weapons program, and what they will purpose. But the point is: Venezuela is against nuclear weapons' plan, but it won't be helping any nation to end Northern Korean nuclear weapon program, if the security of the nation's territory, the citizens, the communist party, the economy and the nation as a whole is not guaranteed.

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45 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 17th 2009, 19:22

All Delegates,

The North Korean Delegation will try it's best to clear up it's ideas and it's intentions.

First off, Japanese Delegation, although terms between Japan and North Korea are not at all peaceful, it is not the ultimatum of North Korea to destroy Japan. We shall remind Japan once again that North Korea's intentions are simply self defense. North Korea does not want to destroy the world nor does it want WWIII. The war would cripple North Korea as well as other countries. Why would we want to cripple ourselves?

Secondly, Japanese Delegation, North Korea is aware of the reasons behind the creation of the UN. However, if North Korea is violating UN policy by researching and creating Nuclear Weapons, then the United States should be undergoing much more questioning and disciplinary actions than North Korea. The United States has already dropped two Nuclear bombs on Japan. The United States itself and everyone else is aware that it still does possess Nuclear Weapons whether it will admit that fact or not. How can the United States still be involved and allowed a chair in the UN if it has time and again ignored UN policies?

Thirdly, Pakistani Delegation, it is the understanding of the North Korean Delegation that your country will support our Nuclear Weapons Program due to our economic and foreign trade relations. However, would Pakistan's support branch off and cover North Korea if it's ideas were for no country in the world to possess Nuclear Weapons or research them? This was to be North Korea's old resolution, however, understanding how countries work and react in present time, countries that already possess Nuclear Weapons would not abide to this. We have since been forced to change our resolution to; all countries have the right to research and create Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Weapons Programs. It is the understanding of the North Korean Delegation that Venezuela is aware North Korea's situation of needing to create defense for itself and will back North Korea if North Korea's claim for it's testing and research is self defense.

North Korea's next order of business, South Korean Delegation, as far as the North Korean Delegation is aware, no Delegation has yet stated that Nuclear Weapons are not "armed forces". However, what do you call all the men, women, tanks, tactical units, and other large pieces of metal that shoot things, that are by the way so conveniently located on your side of the DMZ? Understandably one cannot defend a country with Nuclear Weapons peacefully. But why might one need to defend a country at all, if all countries were being peacful in the first place? On another point, maybe negotiations would start to get underway if the U.S. backed off your countries land, and stopped bullying smaller countries such as North Korea around.

Lastly, Venzuelan Delegation, it shall be known to all Delegations from here on out that North Korea will be creating a resolution on North Korea's Nucler Weapons Program. North Korea is indifferent to the choice of all countries or no countries having the ability to possess Nuclear Weapons. However, the United States and other countries in possession of Nuclear Weapons and Nuclear Weapons Programs will not give up there Programs or Weapons. North Korea is left with continuing it's Program to defend itself as a nation.

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46 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 18th 2009, 09:37

Delegate of North Korea, The delegate of Pakistan now understands the complicated relationship between Venezuela and NK. It is understood that Venezuela understands and will back NK in their time of needing support and defense or protection. The delegate of Pakistan now sees how cooperation will be held between these two countries. But there is still one more concern; the delegate of NK should be aware or already is aware is that in NK’s resolution, the delegation of Venezuela will vote against NK’s resolution. So yes, NK can depend on Venezuela for support, but in terms of the Nuclear Weapon Programs, the country of Venezuela will not support NK’s ideas.

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I think it isn't right that Nk builds nuclear weapons, they signed a agreement like Marina said that they wont produce nuclear weapons.
Also they began to build the nuclear weapons secretly, which could be misinterpreted by others.
The next point is, that I don't agree with NK that they need nuclear weapons to defend theirself. If they think they are in danger, they should cooperate with other countries and do agreements which defend them if they are attacked.
The point is I don't think that it's the right way to defend yourself with nuclear weapons against other nuclear weapons, because it will make a lot of damage. For me the right way are agreements.

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48 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 18th 2009, 10:22

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Japan is scared since North Korea already launched missiles to Japan this year, and Japan fear there are long ranged missiles, which could kill most of Japan population. Japan is so scared that it sent an ultimatum to North Korea, because they may attack already and Japan wouldn't have time to call US for help. Japan is already prepared for this and already put missiles interceptors around the coast. North Korea never gave any ultimatum, the delegate of North Korea is right about it; but it doesn't change the fact that North Korea already launched missiles "satellites", and each of them can be nuclear ranged weapon.

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How can the United States still be involved and allowed a chair in the UN if it has time and again ignored UN policies?

Secondly, you are right about this point, US did send missiles without any UN agreements, and violated the principles of UN. Some of the reasons why US is still part of the UN are: people were not against the bombs sent in Japan (for political reasons), US is part of the Security Council, all countries should be part of the UN BUT it should have been punished, because US have done many accomplishments in favor of UN.

The delegate of Japan is aware that nuclear weapons can be used for defensive uses, but when North Korea already sent "satellites" missiles right in the direction of Japan, which could be a test just to see Japan's reaction to this issue, so Japan is persuaded that Nuclear weapons will be the next "satellites missiles".

PS: Japan is very aware that North Korea have nuclear weapons not only for defense Very Happy

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49 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 18th 2009, 11:40

pakistan_kris wrote:But there is still one more concern; the delegate of NK should be aware or already is aware is that in NK’s resolution, the delegation of Venezuela will vote against NK’s resolution. So yes, NK can depend on Venezuela for support, but in terms of the Nuclear Weapon Programs, the country of Venezuela will not support NK’s ideas.

First of all, the Delegation of Venezuela dosen't have a vote in the Asian causus, but it will found a time to leave the American caucus to discuss this resolution. Yes, delegate of Pakistan, Venezuela dosen't support NK nuclear weapons program, however speak only for your nation, its not set in stone if the Delegation of Venezuela will be against or in favor of this resolution. The resolution wasn't presented yet, so no delegation know exactly what NK will purpose, and there still might be amendments.



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50 Re: North Korea's nuclear threat! on October 18th 2009, 11:58

Venezuela_Vanessa wrote:First of all, the Delegation of Venezuela dosen't have a vote in the Asian causus, but it will found a time to leave the American caucus to discuss this resolution. Yes, delegate of Pakistan, Venezuela dosen't support NK nuclear weapons program, however speak only for your nation, its not set in stone if the Delegation of Venezuela will be against of in favor of this resolution. The resolution wasn't presented yet, so no delegation know exactly what

Delegate of Venezuela, the delegate of Pakistan is aware that Venezuela is not a part of the Asian caucus and cannot vote for this resolution in caucus. However, the topic of North Korea Nuclear Program has dramatically increased in importance and will affect many countries. Therefore, it might be in General Assembly where the delegation of Venezuela can vote. That is what I was referring to.

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