North Korea “Dialogue is difficult unless the US withdraws the hostile policy” November 19, 17:44
Regarding the talks with the United States over North Korea's denuclearization, North Korea's chief representative Kim Myung-gil announced a discourse through the state-run media and said, “It is difficult to engage in dialogue” and emphasized the attitude of not responding to discussions.
Last month, North Korean leader Kim Myung-gil, who attended a US-North American consultation on the denuclearization of North Korea in Sweden, announced a talk through the state-run Korea Central News Agency.
In this, Kim said that the Swedish government is trying to mediate in the U.S. and North America `` If the US, which is a party, is doing nothing, it will be an unfamiliar action for Sweden to burn nostalgia The United States should no longer have a third country in front of it and smell as if they are interested in the US-North Korea dialogue.
In addition, he emphasized the attitude of not responding to the discussions, saying, “It will be difficult to talk with the United States at any time unless the United States decides to withdraw its hostility policy.”
For North Korea, it was the US side to make a concession to the end, and it was requested to the United States to show a breakthrough plan while insisting on the complete cancellation of US-Korea joint military training and exercises.