"The North Korean nuclear issue is being subordinated to Washington DC."
The delegation of the ruling Uri Party, who is visiting the United States, Hanoi's interest in the North Korean nuclear issue has dropped significantly in the United States since the breakdown of the second North American summit, and this is an analysis by lawmakers that this trend will accelerate as the US presidential election nears next November. It is said that it may take up to 20 years until final resolution.
"It is not the level of negotiations that the US is a time when sanctions are maintained," he said, fearing that the power of the negotiations would be lost. The delegation of the US-ROK Foreign Relations Forum meets with officials from Washington, including special representatives of the US Department of State, North Korea, and about 10 members of the US House of Representatives and the House of Representatives, and experts.
Chung Byeong-kuk, the chairman of the Future Party, answered the message of Chung's former chairman less eagerly. Chung said, "Before and after the Hanoi summit, the air flow has changed considerably. Before that, the North Korean nuclear issue was quite above the priority of Mi - Oya, and I feel like I was very subordinated to it. "I asked the US lawmakers about the background of the election in the United States," Chung said, adding that the domestic problem is central to the election and that the diplomatic issue must be pushed back. "As the election approaches, I did not feel like it. "
▲ Speech by Rep. Jung Byung-Kuk of the Right Future Party
In the United States, the issue of controversy over prosecution and anti-abortion laws, the construction of border barriers, and immigration policies are on the verge of presidential controversy over Trump's corruption allegations. In diplomatic issues, trade wars with China, Venezuela, which is close to the United States, is so big that the North Korean nuclear issue is getting out of hand.
Bolton's National Security Adviser and other members of the Trump Administration's diplomatic solution to the struggle against the defeated nation's doves called 'struggle for independence' was a topic of discussion. At the time of the Hanoi summit, the US negotiators gave details of the end state of the denuclearization and the road map to North Korea, but Kim Jong Eun said he spoke only Yongbyon.
Democratic Party lawmaker Lee Soo-hyuk said, "I think North Korea is talking about Yongbyon and demanding sanctions, and that the talks have been tight." There was a North Korean comment on each stage of the road map. Hanoi, "he said. "Nevertheless, the US negotiators are not in a position to renounce negotiations, but rather as a full-fledged initiative of the negotiations, I think we will do this and that," Lee said.
In relation to the methodology of North Korean nuclear disarmament, it is clear that there are a number of cases in which a stepwise solution should be pursued rather than a "big deal". Lee said, "As a result of the Hanoi summit in Seoul, there have been many analyzes that President Trump has been changed to a negative climate for the gradual solution, but this time, I heard a lot of words from Congressmen saying that the phased solution is not realistic. .
▲ Speech by Rep. Lee Su-hyuk of Democratic Party
However, it was Congress's view that the total amount of time it takes to step down to the final destination of denuclearization is unpredictable. Jung said, "Some of the Democrats are talking about 10 or 20 years, not a problem that will be resolved in the next two or three years. This was also a different atmosphere than before the Hanoi summit." It is an American Democratic formula that is distinctly different from the blueprint of Secretary of State Pompeii, who said that "Trump can achieve denuclearization in his term."
There was also the opinion that we should pay close attention to where the trump card of President Trump against North Korea is headed. One analyst said, "Trump is an analysis of Washington experts that he is unlikely to have any further threats from North Korea, and that he is likely to assume the presidential election as a result of the return of US remains and hostages."
If North Korea, which has been thirsty for sanctioning sanctions, can not endure this sort of calculation, it will shake up the US presidential election with more provocations than now, and the burden will be transferred to the Korean peninsula. Until the Labor Day (early September), when the US presidential election race is getting into full swing, there are now four months left. That is why it is more important and urgent to find a clue to resume talks at the summit meeting in Seoul next month.