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Seoul (Reuters) - the North Korean leader Kim Jong-One said that Korea From the North had to prepare for both the dialogue and the confrontation with the United States, after a "detailed analysis" of the new American administration, Friday reported the official KCNA news agency.
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Kim Jong-One did a detailed analysis of the political trend of the administration of the US President Joe Biden with regard to Pyongyang and requested the maintenance of "appropriate strategic and tactical counter-action" with the United States, "said KCNA.
Kim Jong-One also stressed the need to "strengthen the strategic position and active role" of North Korea, while creating a "favorable external climate" on its own initiative, according to KCNA.
(Sangmi Cha; French version Camille Raynaud)
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