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01 October 2018, 12:21 | Tara Lloyd
North Korea says denuclearization hinges on U.S. reducing sanctions
"And we would go back and forth", Trump told a rally in West Virginia. "No, really - he wrote me handsome letters, and they're great letters", he said.
He said the USA was insisting on a "denuclearisation first" policy that "increased the level of sanctions".
Ri had previously met with Pompeo on Wednesday, during which he extended Pompeo an invitation to Pyongyang from Kim Jong Un.
This was decidedly so during an exchange of threats between Washington and Pyongyang that accompanied a run of increasingly powerful weapons tests a year ago that put the North on the brink of its claim to be a full-fledged nuclear power, and had some fearing war. "So unpresidential, '" Mr Trump told the rally. And they are great letters.
Trump is due to meet Kim at another summit in the coming months, but it is not yet known if he will confront the regime leader over his human rights record.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in received a pair of North Korean indigenous hunting dogs from Pyongyang, his office said today, the latest token of the rapidly blossoming friendship on the peninsula.
The US secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, seems to be on the verge of restarting deadlocked nuclear diplomacy more than three months after the Singapore meeting.
"The US insists on the "denuclearisation-first" and increases the level of pressure by sanctions to achieve their objective in a coercive manner, and even objecting to the 'declaration of the end of war, '" Ri said.
On Saturday, September 29, the US President fuelled his "bromance" with Kim as he claimed that "they fell in love" after receiving "beautiful letters" from the leader of the nuclear-armed state.
This image made from video released by KRT on June 14, 2018, shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un smiling at the media as he shakes hands with US President Donald Trump while his sister Kim Yo Jong, left, looks on during a summit in Singapore, June 12, 2018.
"It's so easy to be presidential, but instead of having 10,000 people outside trying to get into this packed arena, we'd have about 200 people standing right there", Trump said, pointing at the crowd directly in front of him.
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Nevertheless, Trump cheered his summit, claiming that North Korea "no longer" posed a nuclear threat.
It added that the U.S. is only intent on keeping sanctions in place without holding up its end of the bargain amid a mood of detente on the Korean Peninsula.
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