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It is the most hostile action that impedes the improvement of North-South relations to disperse those leaflets through which malicious slander on the DPRK social system runs," a spokesperson for the DPRK delegation to the high-level North-South contact said, the official news agency reported Saturday.
Xiu Weiwei underlined importance of the North-South alternatve road and expressed interest of the Bank in further financing of this project.
The dream scenario for them must be that the North-South link not only services those wanting to go to Cardiff, but feeds into the airport as passengers go on to other destinations.
Headquartered in Lisbon since 1990, the European Centre for Global Interdependence and Solidarity, more commonly known as the North-South Centre, acts as an interface between the Council of Europe and countries in neighboring regions by offering them a platform for structured cooperation at different levels, including government, parliamentarians and Civil Society.
Right on cue, The Journal starts churning out articles on the North-South divide starting with one asking for an Alex Salmond for the North East.
The North-South Corridor links the port of Durban to the Copperbelt in DR Congo and Zambia and has spurs linking the port of Dar es Salaam and the Copperbelt and Durban to Malawi.
Created in 1995, the North-South Prize has been awarded every year to two candidates who have stood out for their exceptional commitment to promoting North-South solidarity.
He said: "There is a distinct north-south divide on energy prices in the UK which is directly related to the fact so many people decide to stay with the default energy supplier for their locality.
Talks between the authorities with power and duty are the most important in the north-south dialogue," it added.
The officials will also review the progress of North-South co-operation, from cancer services in the North West to cross-border infrastructure development.
The southern former rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), which signed a 2005 north-south agreement sharing wealth and power, called Sahaleddin hostile and said he wanted to rewrite the peace deal.
A North-South HSR line, running initially from London to Birmingham and possibly further north, is being considered by a Government-created company.