AP: South Korea Urges Flexibility Over Nukes

From The Associated Press, via The Wshington Post:

President Roh Moo-hyun urged South Koreans on Friday to be calm following North 's recent claim that it has nuclear weapons, and he said it will take both flexibility and a principled stand to persuade the communist nation to abandon its atomic weapons program.

In a major policy speech before the National Assembly, Roh also assured that South Korea's alliance with the United States was more stable than ever, saying his government's policy of "saying what we want to say and argue what we want to argue" has made its relations with Washington healthier.

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