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Pompeo: "Next stop: Pyongyang. I look forward to continuing my meetings with North Korean leaders. There's much hard work ahead but peace is worth the effort. "
KCNA: "We will becomedeath-defying corps politically, ideologically and devotedly defending the respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un, who represents our destiny and future, cherishing deep in our mind the immutable truth that the final victory is in store for us guided by him."
KCNA: "All the participants swore as followsWe, members of the youth vanguard, will become genuine Kimilsungists-Kimjongilists whocarry forward the idea and cause of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il, holding them in high esteem as the eternal sun of Juche."
KCNA: "Members of the youth vanguard met before the statues of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Il on Mansu Hill on Thursday, where they pledged to hold the President in high esteem forever and build a powerful socialist nation."
KCNA: "Kim Yong Nam, president of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Thursday sent a congratulatory message to Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador upon his election as president of the United Mexican States."
KCNA: "Members of UNICEF, UNPF, FAO of the UN and WFPvisited the statues of President Kim Il Sung and leader Kim Jong Ilwith the approach of theanniversary of the President's demise. They laid floral baskets before the statues of the great leaders and paid tribute to them."
Heather Nauert, asked if US is softening on NK: "Nothing could be further from the truth. Our policy toward North Korea has not changed. We are committed to a denuclearized North Korea, and Secretary Pompeo looks forward to continuing his consultations with North Korean leaders"
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KCNA: "Japan should stop poking its nose into the issue of the Korean Peninsula and do what it is obliged. It is a criminal state which inflicted untold misfortune and sufferings upon the Korean people during the military occupation of Korea and colonial rule over it."
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