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England Diplomatic Recognition North Korea

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December 13, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Britain and North Korea opened diplomatic relations for the first time since the hard-line communist state was created more than 50 years ago. The Foreign Office said engagement, not estrangement, was the best policy toward the Asian nation, which until recently was branded by the West as a pariah for its aggressive nuclear and arms proliferation policies. Britain joins Italy, Australia and Canada as nations that have begun official ties with the regime in Pyongyang.
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December 13, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Britain and North Korea opened diplomatic relations for the first time since the hard-line communist state was created more than 50 years ago. The Foreign Office said engagement, not estrangement, was the best policy toward the Asian nation, which until recently was branded by the West as a pariah for its aggressive nuclear and arms proliferation policies. Britain joins Italy, Australia and Canada as nations that have begun official ties with the regime in Pyongyang.
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October 20, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Britain and Germany announced plans to open diplomatic relations with North Korea for the first time since the creation of the Communist state more than 50 years ago. British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook said that more such links could foster good relations between North and South Korea. The U.S. said it expects to follow suit as it sees progress in missile and nuclear arms talks.
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October 20, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
Britain and Germany announced plans to open diplomatic relations with North Korea for the first time since the creation of the Communist state more than 50 years ago. British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook said that more such links could foster good relations between North and South Korea. The U.S. said it expects to follow suit as it sees progress in missile and nuclear arms talks.
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