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China blames US for deadlocked negotiations with Pyongyang: “It hasn’t paid enough attention”

June 12, 2020

The Chinese authorities accused the United States of stalemate in negotiations with North Korea on Friday, assuring that Pyongyang’s “legitimate concerns” were “not given enough attention.”

Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying has complained that “the relevant consensus reached at the Singapore summit a year ago has not been implemented effectively” and the dialogue between the two countries.

The talks have come to a standstill for Hua. “Although there are many reasons, the main problem is that the legitimate concerns of North Korea have not been properly addressed and resolved and the denuclearization measures taken by North Korea have failed to respond,” he said.

China blames US for deadlocked negotiations with Pyongyang: “It hasn’t paid enough attention”China blames US for deadlocked negotiations with Pyongyang: “It hasn’t paid enough attention”

While emphasizing that communication between the parties was “an important prerequisite” for conflict and dispute resolution in the Korean Peninsula, Hua insisted that “strengthening mutual trust and overcoming the deadlock requires action”. tangible “.

“You have to sit down and talk and act. The United States must implement the consensus reached in the meeting between (North Korean leader) Kim Jong Un and (US President) Donald Trump,” he said before pointing out that “China is ready to continue playing a constructive role in politically solving the problem on the peninsula.”