North Korea rejects the possibility of any talks with America
North Korea has rejected the possibility of talks with America, saying that it is like wasting our precious time. North Korea's foreign minister has issued a statement to the country's news agency KCNA.
North Korea has categorically denied any talks with the US. North Korea's Foreign Minister Ri Son Gwan said in a statement issued to the country's Korean Central News Agency that North Korea is not considering any talks with the US. Not only this, those who are talking about meeting us are only taking our precious time.
Xinhua reported that Ri also said in his statement that he also welcomed the statement made by the Secretary General of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea in which he outrightly rejected the possibility of talks with the US. Have given. During this, Ri also referred to the statement of Kim Yo Jong, sister of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, in which she ridiculed the statement made by the US on possible talks with North Korea.
This statement was made by US National Security Advisor Secretary of State Jack Sullivan. In his statement, he said that he has received a good signal from Kim about talks. The statement that Jack referred to was given by Kim at a meeting of party workers on June 17. Making fun of this statement, Kim Yo Jong said that it will only disappoint Jack, who is exploring the possibilities.
The US NSA also said in its statement that they are waiting for an initiative in this regard from North Korea. Significantly, the Biden administration has made some major changes in its policy regarding North Korea since May. He is also constantly reviewing his policy.
Let us also tell you that Kim Jong Un's first summit with former US President Donald Trump was held in Singapore in June 2018. After this, these two leaders met in Vietnam in February 2019 which ended without any agreement. However, even after this, Trump and Kim met on the North-South Korean border when Trump visited South Korea. He was also the first president to visit North Korea while in his presidency.