North Korea’s state media has criticized the recent cancellation of a deal United States And South Korea, Which is the development of South Korea’s ballistic missile so far. This decision provides the government inside Seoul For example, greater freedom of choice when it comes to the range of missiles.
In an article released on Sunday by Kim Myung-sool, the official North Korean news agency KCNA described the KCNA as a “critic of international affairs” that the United States would fall into two categories when it bans the Pyongyang government from developing ballistic missiles.
Kim wrote that despite the lip service to dialogue, the United States is more concerned with conflict. “The move to the end is a clear reminder of its hostile US policies on the DPRK and its shameful double standards.” The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) is the official name of North Korea.
Kim said welcoming South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s guidance was “disgusting and indecent.” “Now that US and South Korean officials have made clear their intentions for aggression, they have no reason to charge DBRK by strengthening their defensive capabilities.”
Relations with North Korea remain frozen
During the bilateral conversation, the US President met Joe Biden And South Korean President Moon Jae-in in mid-May Washington About an approach North Korea To consult. The two leaders announced after the meeting their goal of complete nuclear disarmament of the Korean Peninsula. They want to continue talks with North Korea on its nuclear weapons program. Thousands of soldiers are stationed in South Korea.
US Ambassador Sang Kim appointed Pita Special Envoy to North Korea at the end of May. So far, Biden has had little success on the way to Pyongyang. North Korea has rejected US demands for diplomacy since Biden took office Donald Trump Take it. Ruler Kim Jong Un He continues to refuse to give up his nuclear weapons, but imposes a ban on testing.
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