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N. Korea Puts Importance on Oct. 4 Peace Declaration Updated: 2012-10-04 12:00:00 KST

N. Korea Puts Importance on Oct. 4 Peace Declaration
North Korea has put the 2007 inter-Korean peace declaration back into spotlight.
Then South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun held a landmark inter-Korean summit with late North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, where Roh vowed to provide financial aid to the North and push for large-scale joint economic projects, in exchange for Pyongyang's denuclearization.
Marking the fifth anniversary of the signing, the North's Korean Central News Agency lashed out at the current Lee Myung-bak administration for scrapping the so-called Oct. 4th declaration.
The agency stressed the full implementation of the agreements is the only way to peaceful reunification and co-prosperity.
Experts say Pyongyang's claims are targeted at South Korea's next administration, with the presidential election just weeks away.
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