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North Korea should be more creative in talks – Pompeo

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Mike Pompeo, US Secretary of State said that the United States and North Korea should be ‘more creative’ when they will resume talks about Pyongyang’s denuclearization and speaking in a radio interview he went on saying that the talks should resume in the next two or three weeks.

The last meeting between the two leaders was last month at the DMZ and Trump has become the first US president to put foot in North Korea, invited by Kim, and that happened after the failure of the meeting scheduled in February in Hanoi.

Pompeo added: “The president’s mission hasn’t changed: to fully and finally denuclearize North Korea in a way that we can verify. That’s the mission set for these negotiations.”

The US have announced that their policy on North Korea remains the same and continues to maintain sanctions until Pyonngyang gives up on nuclear weapons, however, there are some openings in the talks.

China urged Donald Trump to show more flexibility in dealing with North Korea to ease the sanctions, however, China was one of the nations that signed up for the UN sanctions because of the repeated nuclear and missile test carried out by North Korea.

South Korea  has expressed doubts that the meeting will take place this month but the US State Department announced that hopes to see a complete freeze of the nuclear program by North Korea as a sign of good will.

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