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North Korea’s nuclear program: Foreign Minister rejects US talks

North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Seon-kwon has held unconditional talks United States The isolated state’s nuclear weapons program was rejected. “We don’t consider it necessary to comment on such fabrications,” said Rice, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau. The state media quoted the communist regime as saying that such talks would only “spend precious time.”

U.S. Special Envoy North Korea, Sung Kim, again in Pyongyang on Monday offered leadership to the Seoul talks without any preconditions.

This is North Korea’s second rejection in less than a week. The Influential sister North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Tuesday accused the United States of having false expectations of the United States.

Kim referred to the statements of the US President’s National Security Adviser Joe Biden, Jake Sullivan, who last mentioned an “interesting signal” from Pyongyang. North Korea’s rulers said at a party meeting last week that their government should be prepared for “negotiations and conflict” with the United States.

Nuclear talks with the United States have stalled since the failure of Kim Jong Un’s meeting with the former US president. Donald Trump No further progress was made in Vietnam in February 2019. Since then, North Korea has made it clear on several occasions that it will not be interested in new talks until Washington presents new plans.

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