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U.S. Secretary of state Mike Pompeo said that Washington is still far from its goal of the denuclearization of North Korea. His words, reports Bloomberg.
“Kim [Jong-UN] has pledged to remove nuclear weapons from the whole world is waiting for,’ said Pompeo. — However, the DPRK is not valid in a given direction: first, the country violates provisions of the two UN resolutions, secondly, we see that we are still far from achieving their goals.”
3 Aug an American politician has arrived in Singapore, where he attended a meeting in the framework of the security forum of ASEAN. During her Pompeo urged countries to respect the sanctions regime against the DPRK, which is markedly weakened after meeting the American leader Donald trump and Kim Inom Check in June.
According to the Agency, the forum also present Minister of foreign Affairs of North Korea Lee Yong-Ho, however, meeting him in the plans of the Secretary of state is not included. However, with Pompeo in Singapore came almost the whole team dealing with the issue of North Korea, so the possibility of negotiations is not excluded.
On 2 August, Kim Jong-UN sent Trump a second letter. Its contents were not disclosed.
In late July The Washington Post wrote that US intelligence has seen indications that North Korea continues to build new missiles capable of reaching American soil. Prior to that, Japanese media have reported that Pyongyang allegedly launched a rocket the next.
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