Japanese Foreign Minister Katsuya Okada offered support to his South Korean counterpart Yu Myung Hwan on Sunday in dealing with the sinking of a South Korean warship in March.
"We will spare no effort in offering cooperation to South Korea," Okada told Yu at the outset of their meeting that took place in South Korea following a meeting of foreign ministers from Japan, China and South Korea on Saturday.
Okada also said he respects the stand of the South Korean government, which is responding "resolutely and calmly in a difficult situation."
During the trilateral ministers' meeting the previous day, the three countries agreed to "calmly" await the outcome of the ongoing investigation into the sinking, while suspicions grow about North Korea's involvement in the incident.
South Korea has said that determining the cause of the incident must come before a resumption of the stalled six-party talks aimed at ending North Korea's nuclear ambitions, a stance also supported by Japan. The multilateral framework brings together the two Koreas, China, Japan, Russia and the United States. [...]
So no matter what happens, North Korea is screwed...well the entire wsorld is screwed because Obama will side on his bretheren the Communists.
Now, if we had anyone in DC that had a set of balls, Obama would have been impeached by now and/or thrown in jail; for defruading the Nation via the United States Constitution.
Update: NKorean navy boats violate sea border amid tension - figures, doesn't it?
Two North Korean naval boats briefly crossed the tense western sea border with South Korea in the first such violation since a South Korean warship sank in the area following a mysterious explosion in March, the South's military said Sunday. [...]
"What is obvious so far is that the Cheonan did not sink due to a simple accident. As soon as the incident occurred, I sensed it was a grave international and inter-Korean matter."— South Korea on May 03, 2010
Two North Korean vessels crossed into the South's waters off the peninsula's tense west coast before returning when South Korea fired warning shots, military officers said on Sunday. [...]
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