PYONGYANG: A senior North Korean official has put ahead new circumstances for talks with the US, saying Washington ought to quit its hostile coverage earlier than coming to the negotiation desk with Pyongyang.
“The US always calls for negotiation for denuclearization, but there is no room to say about the negotiation before the complete and irrevocable withdrawal of its hostile policy toward the DPRK, the root cause of the nuclear issue of the Korean peninsula,” the state-run Korean Central Information Company reported on Tuesday citing Kim Yong Chol, chairman of the Korea Asia-Pacific Peace Committee, as saying on Monday evening.
It is going to be attainable to seek the advice of denuclearization solely when confidence-constructing between the North and the US goes first and all of the threats to the safety and growth of Pyongyang have been eliminated, he confused.
Earlier on Monday, advisor to North Korean international ministry Kim Kye Gwan additionally issued a press release, saying they have been now not all for such talks that convey nothing to them, reviews Xinhua information company.
Denuclearization negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang have stalled since February’s second summit in Hanoi between North Korea’s Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump ended with no deal. The 2 leaders first met in Singapore in June 2018.
After an impromptu assembly with Kim Jong-un on the inter-Korean border village of Panmunjom this June, Trump mentioned the US and the North Korea would arrange groups to renew the stalled denuclearization talks in two to a few weeks.



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