Delegate of North Korea:
The difficulty of the task relies not only upon the relocation of prisoners. It also depends on the safety process involved, since we cannot merely put them on a plane from Cuba to elsewhere. There is much danger of a rebellion, an outbreak, an attack, or a planned escape to try to effectuate such relocation with no care.
The delegate will put off discussion about the war on Iraq, but will just say this: the delegate did not try to justify that the war on Iraq was made for a just cause, but tried to explain that the United States can and WILL help Iraq financially to rebuild the structure of its own country. However, it is up to the Iraqis to create a government of their choice. Countries many times complain that the United States imposes the "American" form of government on the entire world; now that we are trying to not impose it you also complain saying that we are not helping enough.
Yes, the delegate of the United States will accept the "one-to-one" talks and I'll be sure to include this in my resolution; however, if and only if North Korea agrees to resume the six-party talks.
Delegate of Venezuela:
First of all, even though this has nothing to do with the topic, and many will criticize me for this, a TOKEN is a souvenir or a keepsake; the perfect form of the verb TAKE is TAKEN. (He has taken, it is taken)
Grammar lesson aside, the US does not "invent excuses" not to permit nuclear power. The reason for the United States being careful concerning nuclear energy is that nuclear power facilities produce plutonium from their quantities of Uranium-238. Plutonium, as I am very much sure the delegate already knows, is a fissile material and can be used for an atomic bomb. Thus, as in the case of Iran, without complete and safe IAEA inspections, what seems to be a safe nuclear energy program COULD turn into something worse.
"innocent north Korean citizens who have no involvement with the nuclear weapons program." Delegate, a government is the representation of the people. By saying that North Korean citizens have nothing to do with their nuclear weapons program, the delegate is inferring that North Korea has an oppressive regime which does not abide by its people's wishes. It is what happened in the Soviet Union, where premier Stalin created a totalitarian regime where freedom of speech was not only limited, but eradicated, and millions were executed for speaking out against the regime. It is, as the delegate has previously stated (quite a few times), what happened in Iraq, where Saddam Hussein was oppressing his people and committing crimes against humanity.
Furthermore, in 2006, following a North Korean nuclear test, the Security Council voted and decided to impose sanctions on Pyongyang (which means that it was not the US which went alone and imposed sanctions; the five permanent members voted in favor of the resolution). This year, the Security Council decided to further the sanctions on North Korea, and what was unusual about this resolution is that it was approved unanimously. So don't blame the United States of America for imposing sanctions on North Korea, since the entirety of the Security Council voted in favor of this resolution.