North Korea is considering the option of suspending negotiations with on denuclearization with United States

The DPRK leadership is considering a decision to suspend further negotiations on denuclearization with the US. This was reported on Friday by Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of the people’s Republic Tsei Song Hee at a press conference in Pyongyang, which was attended by representatives of foreign embassies and foreign journalists.

“We have no intention to make concessions to the US demands [put forward at the Hanoi summit] in any form, let alone the desire to conduct such negotiations,” -said Choi Song Hee. This speech by the Deputy foreign Minister of the DPRK was the first official statement by representatives of the people’s Republic with an assessment of the summit of the Chairman of the state Council of the DPRK Kim Jong-UN and the US President Donald Trump, held on February 27-28 in Vietnam.

According to the Deputy Minister, the leader of the people’s Republic Kim Jong-UN intends to make an official appeal in the near future to declare his decision on further actions of the DPRK after the unsuccessful summit in Hanoi.

Author: Flyn Braun
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