N. Korean ambassador to UN urges U.S. to come to nuclear talks with new proposal


whether the North Korea us negotiations
will become a window of opportunity or an occasion that will hasten the crisis
will depend on the United States says North Korea’s ambassador to the UN as he
blamed Washington for a failure to restart all talks speaking at the UN
General Assembly in New York Ken Yang’s un diplomat in essence urged the u.s. to
come to the upcoming denuclearization negotiations with a new proposal that
would be acceptable to Pyongyang or Eason Jake has our top story on the
final day of the annual gathering of world leaders at the United Nations on
Monday North Korea’s ambassador to the UN Kim’s
Heung called for the full implementation of the statement issued by the leaders
of North Korea and the u.s. after their first summit in Singapore last year the
relations between the DPRK and the US have made little progress so far and the
situation on the Korean Peninsula has not come out of the vicious cycle of
increased attention which is entirely attributable to the political and
military provocations perpetrated by the u.s. Kim says it’s up to Washington to
turn any future nuclear talks into a window of opportunity or an occasion
that would hasten the crisis and in order to improve the chance of striking
a nuclear deal he said Washington needs to come to nuclear talks with a new
proposal comrade Kim Jong a chairman of the state affairs Commission and as
historical policy speech stated the position that there was a need for the
u.s. to put aside its current method of calculation and approaches with a new
one and we wait with patience for a couragous decision from the US last
month pyongyang expressed its willingness to resume working-level
talks in late September saying it believes the US will come up with a
mutually acceptable proposal however last week US Secretary of State Mike
Pompeo told reporters that no meetings had been scheduled but the u.s. stands
ready to restart talks anytime the North Korean envoy also criticized the South
Korean government accusing it of double-dealing he said Seoul entered
into inter-korean agreements last year only to deploy ultra-modern US weapons
and hold joint military exercises with Washington this year it is attributable
to the double-dealing behavior of the South Korean authorities who performed
the act of a handshake of peace before all but behind the scenes introduced
ultra-modern ffensive weapons and held joint military exercise with the United
States targeting the DPRK despite earlier speculation that the UN
gathering could set the stage for high-level talks between Pompeo and his
North Korean counterpart lee young-ho he was absent this year after being present
at the previous three UN events easing J Arirang news

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