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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Text of report by Shinya Ajima, carried in English by Japanese news agency Kyodo
Tokyo, 26 January: A senior official of the World Food Programme said Wednesday [26 January] that the UN food agency hopes to see Japan restart food aid to North Korea after improving bilateral relations by resolving the issue of Japanese citizens abducted by the North.
The WFP is hoping to see Japan "once again in a position to provide the extraordinary level of assistance" to North Korea after "the relationship on this particular issue" improves, John Powell, deputy executive director of the WFP's Fundraising and …