- “It seems that the United States can interpret this situation in order to get relief for itself” – Kim Jo Jong stated
- Kim Jong Un recently stated that Korea should be prepared for dialogue and confrontation with the United States. This raised hopes for the resumption of negotiations between the two countries
- The US envoy to North Korea, Sung Kim, said he was ready to meet with Pyongyang officials “anywhere, anytime and without preconditions.”
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“I heard that the US National Security Adviser mentioned that he considers our position on his country an ‘interesting signal,'” Kim wrote in a statement carried by the Korean Central News Agency, reported by South Korean news agency Yonhap.
The leader’s sister said, “It seems that the United States can interpret this situation to gain comfort for itself. The expectations they chose to present inappropriately will lead them to an even greater disappointment.”
Pyongyang has so far rejected all offers of dialogue from Washington, and there has been no public contact between the regime’s authorities and the administration of President Joe Biden, who took office in January.
Kim Jong Un stated at the last plenary session of the Central Committee of the ruling party that North Korea You must be prepared for both dialogue and for confrontation with the United States. This raised hopes for a resumption of negotiations between the two countries, and Biden’s national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, called Kim’s statement an “interesting signal.”
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US Special Envoy for North Korea Sung Kim Mentioned on Monday in SeoulHe is ready to meet with representatives of Pyongyang “anywhere, at any time, without preconditions.” At the same time, he called on UN member states to respect the sanctions imposed on Pyongyang for its armament.
The US diplomat also mentioned, referring to Kim Jong-un’s announcement, that the US would also be ready for dialogue and confrontation with North Korea, and said, “We hope Chairman Kim’s reference to dialogue means that we will get a positive response soon,” he added.
Negotiations on North Korea’s denuclearization have stalled since the failed summit attended by Kim Jong Un and former US President Donald Trump in Hanoi in February 2019. North Korea offered partial denuclearization there, demanding instead the lifting of nearly all economic sanctions that the side did not agree to American on it.
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Date created: June 22, 2021, 08:18
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