The DPRK Japan diplomatic relations ambassador said the Japanese DPRK contacted but did not make progress.

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 The DPRK Japan diplomatic relations ambassador said the Japanese DPRK contacted but did not make progress.


According to Kyodo News Agency reported on October 28, Song Rihao said there was no surviving North Korea kidnapping Japanese victims, reiterated the kidnapping issue to resolve the position. Song Rihao said that to achieve the talks that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe hoped to hold with Kim Jong-un, chairman of the DPRK Labor Party, would require Japan to carry out a sincere apology to settle the history of colonial rule.

Reported analysis, North Korea agreed to a certain limit for Japan-DPRK contacts, but also by stressing that the summit environment is not yet mature, waiting for Japan to change its attitude.

Jin Wanxinwu visited the DPRK from 23 to 27 this month with people from his hometown, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan, during which he held several hours of talks and exchanged views with Song Rihao. In mid-July, Japanese Cabinet Intelligence Officer Kimura Kimura contacted the cadres of the United Front Department of the Korean Labor Party in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. During the talks, Song Rihao said, Just a greeting to each other. The Japanese side only shows the basic attitude towards kidnapping. Song Rihao also said that the Japanese government did not make specific proposals for the summit talks. He also expressed his willingness to meet with Japanese government officials and other officials, and said he fully welcomed cross-party members of Parliament to visit the DPRK. In 1990, Kim Po Xin organized inter party visits to the DPRK, and actively promoted the improvement of relations between Japan and DPRK. Kimmaru Shingo, as his secretary, was deeply involved in the negotiations at that time. He also visited the DPRK frequently. Source: World Wide Web Editor: Wang Huan, editor in chief: Shi Jianlei _NBJ11331

Jin Wanxinwu visited the DPRK from 23 to 27 this month with people from his hometown, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan, during which he held several hours of talks and exchanged views with Song Rihao. In mid-July, Japanese Cabinet Intelligence Officer Kimura Kimura contacted the cadres of the United Front Department of the Korean Labor Party in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. During the talks, Song Rihao said, Just a greeting to each other. The Japanese side only shows the basic attitude towards kidnapping.

Song Rihao also said that the Japanese government did not make specific proposals for the summit talks. He also expressed his willingness to meet with Japanese government officials and other officials, and said he fully welcomed cross-party members of Parliament to visit the DPRK.

In 1990, Kim Po Xin organized inter party visits to the DPRK, and actively promoted the improvement of relations between Japan and DPRK. Kimmaru Shingo, as his secretary, was deeply involved in the negotiations at that time. He also visited the DPRK frequently.