同じようにしようと思ったら 隣国から学べば20年もたたないうちに あっという間に資本主義国になります。技術も資本も日本なんかは協力するといってるわけですから。
Chairman Kim said, “This time, I want you to believe in us.”
South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who is visiting New York, said on the 25th that Chairman Kim Jong-un said, “I want you to believe in us this time” about denuclearization. President Moon (Chairman Kim Jong-un’s remarks), “In this situation, is there anything we can gain by deceiving (the world) or buying time? This time, I want you to believe in our sincerity.” He gave a lecture in New York. President Moon made it clear that at last week’s inter-Korean summit, Chairman Kim said he wanted North Korea to believe in its intention to denuclearize.
I think that North Korea should also promote capitalism.
North Korea, take it. But I hope it points you in the right direction. After all, I think it would be better for North Korea to prepare for combat and for the time being, like China, she should promote capitalism and acquire national power and development of the country, but the neighboring countries are all capital. Because the lifestyle is completely different due to the principle,
If she wanted to do the same, and learn from her neighbors, she would quickly become a capitalist country in less than 20 years. This is because Japan is saying that it will cooperate in terms of both technology and capital.
Developed countries will soon catch up.
Also, labor costs will be the cheapest in the Asian region, so I think that Made in Japan will lead the way, followed by Korea, China, and now North Korea, and will soon catch up with developed countries.
We are awaiting the outcome of improved relations between the United States and China.
America Towards North Korea’s Denuclearization I think South Korea will first have to declare the end of the war, but I would like to hope that the trade friction between China and the United States will not sway the discussion. I think this is the central point of the story, but since there is China that will never yield, what will Mr. Xi Jinping do? At the moment, America seems to have the upper hand. Shouldn’t we be waiting for the results on that side?
For the time being, it seems that the smell of war will disappear from this Asian region, so I would like to hope so.
■ Chairman Kim Jong Un
Born January 8, 1984 Age 34
North Korean politician and soldier.
He is the third son and successor of the second Supreme Leader Kim Jong Il.
Ranked first in the party, Marshal of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea