White House ready to help North Korea with COVID-19 vaccine

The administration of US President Joe Biden is ready to provide North Korea with humanitarian aid, including vaccines against coronavirus, CNN reports, citing sources familiar with the matter.

According to official Washington, the DPRK will not be ready to cooperate with the United States until the threat of a pandemic is minimized. The provision of vaccines should help bring this moment closer, as well as all diplomatic cooperation, the American side believes.

At the same time, according to one of the interlocutors of the TV channel, the United States in this case will require proof that the vaccines will get to the people of the DPRK.

At the same time, it is noted that many in Washington are skeptical that North Korea will ever publicly ask for or officially accept vaccines from the United States.

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