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KCNA: "A DPRK government delegation headed by Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho arrived in Baku on Wednesday to participate in the foreign minister's meeting of the non-aligned movement to be held in Azerbaijan."
KCNA: Xi Jinping's message "wished the DPRK prosperity and its people happiness. It also wished Kim Jong Un good health and hoped that every thing would go well."
KCNA: "The message said that the traditional Sino-DPRK friendship is a valuable wealth common to both sides. I will highly value the development of the Sino-DPRK tiesand am ready to propel the stable and sound development of the bilateral ties."
KCNA: "Xi Jinping, in the message, expressed his heartfelt thanks to Kim Jong Un for having sent a congratulatory message to him upon his reelection as president of the People's Republic of China and chairman of the Central Military Commission."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un, chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, received a reply message from Xi Jinping, president of the People's Republic of China, on Mar. 23."
KCNA: Presented to it were more than 1100 traditional foods, famous dishes, different kinds of drinks and sweet foods newly invented by servants across the country."
KCNA: "It was divided into exhibitions of inventive dishes, compulsory dishes and sci-tech achievements in cooking and contests of serving dishes, practical skills and demonstration of cooks and waiters and waitresses and cooking skills of students whose major is culinary art."
KCNA: "The 23rd Cooking Festival took place at the Pyongyang Noodle House from April 2 to 4 to mark the birth anniversary of President Kim Il Sung, the Day of the Sun."
KCNA: "There are also photos showing the reality of the DPRK which is registering eye-opening successes day after day, turning misfortune into blessing under the guidance of the Party."
KCNA: "A national photo exhibition opened to celebrate the 6th anniversary of respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un's assumption of the top posts of the Party and state. On display at the venue of the exhibition is a photo of Kim Jong Un standing on Mt Paektu."
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KCNA: "The double-dealing attitude will only hamper the smooth development of the north-south ties. The south Korean authorities had better remember that it may find themselves in trouble should they continue such frivolous act at such a crucial moment as now."
KCNA: "After the creation of the phase for reconciliation and dialogue between the north and the south, dishonest confrontational act of faulting the DPRK have been observed one after another in south Korea."
KCNA: "The Cheonan case was a hideous plot deliberately hatched by the pro-U.S. conservative government to escalate confrontation with the fellow countrymen."
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KCNA: "Long-standing stability and orders in different countries of Europe, Africa and the Middle East were destroyed owing to the 'export of democracy' in the names of 'rose revolution,' 'orange revolution,' 'Arab spring,' etc."
KCNA: "Before the Afghan War the U.S. claimed thatit would provide the Afghan people with 'genuine democracy.' The slogan when the U.S. put up to invade Iraq was to offer 'freedom' and 'democracy.' But the Iraqi people did not receive freedom and democracy."
KCNA: "No matter how noisily the imperialists talk about 'advantages' of bourgeois democracy, they can never cover up its reactionary natureBourgeois democracy is the reactionary democracy where a tiny handful of the privileged classes oppress and exploitthe working masses."
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KCNA: "The joint performance was acclaimed by the audience as it overflowed with compatriotic and warm feelings and enthusiasm with minds and intention of the north and the south pooling as one."
KCNA: "The performance was given by artistes of the Samjiyon Orchestra who deeply impressed south Koreans with their performing activities during the 23rd Winter Olympics and popular stars of the south side on a visit to Pyongyang."
KCNA: "Artistes from the north and the south of Korea gave a joint performance 'We Are One' at the Ryugyong Jong Ju Yong Indoor Stadium on Tuesday."
Carlin: "Although N.Korean media have so far not explicitly referred to the possibility of a US-DPRK summit, Pyongyang has pretty transparently addressed the subject. AKCNA commentary noted 'there has been a sign of change' in the DPRK-US relations."
KCNA: "Slandering the human rights performance in the north, an act of getting on the nerves of the dialogue partner at the present time when everything is at the beginning, will be tantamount to an act of throwing a stone to the thin ice-like north-south relations."
KCNA: "As even Americans, who visited the DPRK, have praised it as a paradise for the people which can hardly be found in any other part of the world, Korean-style socialism centered on the popular masses is advancing with firm confidence more vigorously than ever before."
KCNA: "Whom are they going to hold dialogue with and whom are they going to improve relations with while denying the dignity and social system of the dialogue partner?"
KCNA: "This is an openprovocation to the DPRK and an intolerable act of chilling the atmosphere for dialogueTruly dubious is the double-dealing attitude of the south Korean authorities who are calling for dialogue but trumpeting'human rights in the north' behind the scene."
KCNA: "When a 'human rights resolution' against the DPRK was adoptedthe south Korean authorities let a foreign ministry spokesman to express the stand to 'join theinternational community for the improvement of the human rights situation in the north", welcoming it."
KCNA: "The south Korean authorities have been unhesitatingly engrossed in dishonest acts behind the scene of dialogue."
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