Moscow, September 9 – AIF-Moscow.
The DPRK expects to resume negotiations with the United States on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula in late September, the Central Telegraph Agency of Korea (CTAC) reports referring to the official statement by North Korean First Deputy Foreign Minister Tsoi Song Hee.
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According to her, Pyongyang is ready to meet with representatives of Washington at an agreed time at the end of the month in an agreed place to discuss issues that the parties have already mentioned.
At the same time, the diplomat emphasized that the United States needs to change its approach in the upcoming talks and offer the DPRK "alternatives based on acceptable calculations." According to her, North Korea is confident that the United States had enough time to find a calculation method that matches the North Korean one.
“If the US side again provides the old calculations without introducing new amendments to them, the bargaining between the parties may end,” Tsoi Song Hee warned.
On June 30, US and DPRK leaders Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un met for the third time in a demilitarized zone on the border of North and South Korea. The American president, following the meeting, said that the parties expect to resume negotiations soon, but this has not happened in the past two months.
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