Despite the months-long deadlock in the nuclear dispute with North Korea, the United States stress their readiness for dialogue with the Communist leadership in Pyongyang. Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs Stephen Biegun countered on Wednesday during a visit to Seoul, South Korea, a Declaration of his North Korean counterpart Choe Son-hui, according to which Pyongyang had no interest in talks. He does not get his instructions from Choe said Biegun after his talks with South Korean government representatives. Should North Korea's ruler, Kim Jong-un as a partner in dialogue for him to select, "you will find us right at this Moment," said the Deputy foreign Minister, who is also special representative for North Korea.
The negotiations on the nuclear weapons program of North Korea is no longer progressing since the abortive summit meeting of Kim with President Donald Trump in February, 2019 in Vietnam. Both could not agree on a timetable for nuclear disarmament of North Korea, as well as against services.
The prospect for an early resumption of the negotiations had deteriorated with last further. Choe had accused Washington last Saturday, to take advantage of the dialogue with Pyongyang only as a tool in the intra-American "political crisis". There is no need to sit down together.Updated Date: 08 July 2020, 08:20