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North Korea’s top leader Kim Jong Il, right, shakes hands with Chinese special envoy Tang Jiaxuan during their meeting in Pyongyang, capital of North Korea, in this July 13, 2005, file photo. A Chinese envoy met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il and delivered a message from Chinese President Hu Jintao, the Chinese foreign ministry said on Thursday October 19, 2006. Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao said he had no details of the message conveyed by State Councilor Tang Jiaxuan, who flew to Pyongyang, the North Korean capital, on Wednesday.

AP: Report: N. Korean Leader Regrets Test

North Korean leader Kim Jong Il expressed regret about his country’s nuclear test to a Chinese delegation and said Pyongyang would return to international nuclear talks if Washington backs off a campaign to financially isolate the country, a South Korean newspaper reported Friday.

“If the U.S. makes a concession to some degree, we will also make a concession to some degree, whether it be bilateral talks or six-party talks,” Kim was quoted as telling a Chinese envoy, the mass- circulation Chosun Ilbo reported, citing a diplomatic source in China.

Kim told the Chinese delegation that “he is sorry about the nuclear test,” the newspaper reported.

Kim Jong-Il without a doubt is a MORON.

North Korea has agreed to United Nations Security Council Resolutions to end their nuclear program. They should do so now prior to any suspension of UNSC sanctions.

Also, Flap asks: How much of Kim’s change of heart will cost the American taxpayer?

It sounds to Flap that someone either China or North Korea or both were bought off.

Stay tuned……

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US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice meets with Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zaoxing at the Diaoyutai Guest House in Beijing. Rice urged China to fully implement the UN resolution against North Korea , particularly the requirement to inspect cargo from the nuclear-armed state.

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