Bush to NK: Patience is not Unlimited
President Bush and Prime Minister Abe were at Camp David over the weekend. One of the topics of grave concern to Japan is North Korea's nuclear weapons. They are already withholding food and oil from NK.
"Our partners in the six-party talks are patient, but our patience is not unlimited," Bush said, referring to disarmament negotiations between the United States, Japan, China, Russia, South Korea and North KoreaThere was another amazing action taken:
For his part, Abe said, "We completely see eye to eye on this matter. They need to respond properly on these issues. Otherwise we will have to take a tougher response on our side."
Japan is already withholding economic and food aid to the reclusive communist regime.
On another subject, Abe apologized for the Japanese military's actions in forcing women to work in military brothels during World War II. He said he wanted to "express my apologies that they were placed in that circumstance." [Continue reading.]It may be 60 years late, but better late than never. Thank you.