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UN Ambassador to North Korea Denuclearizes, Turns Off Negotiation Table Warning to the United States

2019-12-08T07:29:25.853Z

The North Korean ambassador to the United Nations, Kim Sung, said the denuclearization issue was brought down from the negotiating table. Ahead of the year-end deadline in which North Korea threatened to take a new path, the US ambassador, the only US internal channel, added a warning.



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The North Korean ambassador to the United Nations, Kim Sung, said the denuclearization issue was brought down from the negotiating table. Ahead of the year-end deadline in which North Korea threatened to take a new path, the US ambassador, the only US internal channel, added a warning.

This is a press release for correspondent Kim Soo-hyun in Washington.

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The North Korean ambassador to the United Nations, Kim Sung-sung, sent a statement containing a warning to the United States to some foreign media, including Reuters.

Kim deemed the ongoing and practical dialogue that the United States pursues is a trick to buy time, and that it is a domestic political goal for President Trump's reelection next year.

He stressed that North Korea does not need to have long talks with the United States, and that denuclearization has already descended from the negotiating table.

Kim's remarks come after the US Ambassador to the United Nations, Kelly Craft, said he was very concerned about North Korea's ballistic missile launch.

Kim also accused Paranoia of European countries condemning North Korea's subsequent missile launches.

He added that six European countries have been struggling in recent months to act as US dogs and wonder what they will get in return for their goodwill.

The United Nations ambassadors to six European countries earlier issued a condemnation statement on North Korea's launch of short-range projectiles shortly after the Security Council meeting.

Source: sbskr

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