Moscow has developed a «road map» for the DPRK

© RIA Novosti / Ilya Petliurite in fotomontagen with the flag of the DPRK in PyongyangMoscow has developed a «road map» for the DPRK© RIA Novosti / Ilya Petliurite the image Bank

Moscow has developed a «road map» solution to the problem of the Korean Peninsula and is ready to discuss it with its partners, said RIA Novosti Deputy foreign Minister Igor Morgulov.

«We have developed and are ready to discuss with partners a set of practical measures, a kind of road map, whose ultimate goal is the formation in North-East Asia of lasting peace mechanism with the simultaneous decision of problems of the Peninsula, including its denuclearisation,» said Morgulov.

The document includes a phased scheme of advance parties to dialogue without preconditions, said the Deputy head of the foreign Ministry. It is proposed to start with «the manifestations of mutual restraint, aprovizionare each other, negotiations on the General principles of relationships, such as non-aggression, renunciation of the use and threat of force». Pyongyang should be provided with security guarantees that will allow him to continue to abandon missile and nuclear programs, said Morgulov.

The diplomat drew attention to the fact that the problems of the Korean Peninsula should be resolved through dialogue between the United States and the DPRK. These countries are technically at war, since after the military conflict of 1950-1953 between them was signed only a ceasefire agreement. All subsequent attempts of Pyongyang to conclude a Treaty of peace, the United States was rejected. In recent military tensions between the countries worsened further amid nuclear and missile tests of the DPRK. The US recently sent to the sea of Japan nuclear aircraft carrier «Carl Vinson» to intimidate the DPRK, and then in the Japanese port of Yokosuka was completed the repair of another aircraft carrier «Ronald Reagan». Russia believes that military provocations and saber-rattling will only aggravate the situation on the Korean Peninsula.

In early June, the UN Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution expanding sanctions against Pyongyang in connection with the ongoing rocket launches. The list includes several individuals and four legal entities: missile troops, trading companies and a Bank. The last launch was conducted on June 9, when North Korea tested several anti-ship cruise missiles. The previous test was held on 29 may, conducted a launch of a ballistic missile with a homing system to intercept enemy missiles.

The Deputy head of the Russian foreign Ministry said that Moscow opposes the expansion of the regime and «the introduction of individual States unilateral restrictions aimed essentially at an economic «stifling» North Korea»».

The six-party talks on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula began in August 2003. They were attended by senior diplomats from Russia, North Korea, South Korea, USA, China and Japan. As a result, the DPRK not only froze its nuclear programme, but has also begun to dismantle the reactor at the experimental center in Yongbyon. However, since 2008, the dialogue has virtually stalled after the U.S. and North Korea agree on how to verify Pyongyang presented a list of its nuclear programs, and Japan and South Korea refused to meet their obligations to supply North Koreans fuel for conventional power plants in return for giving up its nuclear program.

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