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Hawaii governor to Kim Jong Un: Come over and talk it out
First Published Apr 05 2013 11:42 am • Last Updated Apr 05 2013 11:42 am

Gov. Neil Abercrombie says Hawaii is the perfect place for diplomacy between the U.S. and Asia.

Hawaii governor to Kim Jong Un: Come over and talk it out

Associated Press/Eugene TannerHawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie says that his state is the perfect place for North Korean leadership to meet with the United States for diplomacy talks. Fiery rhetoric from North Korea has intensified over the past week, including threats of nuclear strike against the United States."Hawaii sees itself as the anchor of the Asia-Pacific region," Abercrombie said in an interview. "To the degree we can exemplify our facilities, to the degree we can offer what Hawaii has to offer ...

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