North Korean leader Kim Jong Un
North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un again rejected the US offer to resume talks with the US without any preconditions.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has expressed his desire to restore a ‘hotline’ with South Korea in early October to establish peace. But he again turned down the US offer of talks, saying it was America’s devious way of hiding hostility against North Korea. Kim’s statement is a clear attempt to create a rift between Seoul and Washington. Kim wants South Korea to help in getting some concessions and relief from the sanctions imposed on North Korea under the leadership of America.
North Korea said this month that its country was ready to hold conditional talks with South Korea. North Korea’s statement came at a time when it conducted its first missile test in six months. The United Nations Security Council has called an emergency meeting on Thursday at the request of the US, Britain and France regarding North Korea’s recent tests. The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported that Kim told his country’s parliament on Wednesday that restoring the cross-border hotline that had been dormant for more than a year would help the Koreans’ desire to establish peace between the two countries. will be completed.
Inter-Korean relations at a turning point: Kim Yo Jong
Kim again accused South Korea of begging for outside support and cooperation, seeking international cooperation in US slavery, rather than committing to freely resolve matters between the two countries. Kim, like his sister Kim Yo Jong, urged Seoul to abandon its dualistic approach and hostile attitude to North Korea’s missile tests and other developments. He said that Inter-Korean relations are at a critical juncture.
That’s why the hotline will be restored
Some experts say North Korea is pressuring South Korea to reduce criticism over its ballistic missile tests to gain international recognition as a nuclear power. The tests have been banned under United Nations Security Council resolutions. South Korea’s unification ministry responded that it would prepare to restore the hotline needed to discuss and resolve several pending issues. He said that stable operation of the communication media is expected, because their restoration has been directed directly by Kim Jong Un.
Kim warns – the increase of nuclear weapons will continue
Kim again turned down the US offer to resume talks with the US without any preconditions. Kim also said that America’s hostile policies and military threats still remain and that his recent proposal for talks is only an attempt to hide this hostility. Kim warned that he would continue increasing his nuclear arsenal and would not hold talks with Washington until it ended its “hostile policy”. Kim uses the term hostile policy to refer to US-led sanctions and regular military maneuvers between Washington-Seoul.
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