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North Korea warns Trump that he will not offer anything without having something guaranteed in return

November 18, 2019

Kim Jong A pose with a group of military snipers from the North Korean Army – – / KCNA / dpa

SEOUL, 18 (Reuters / EP)

The North Korean government will not offer anything to the president of the United States, Donald Trump, without being guaranteed that he receives something in return, as reported by the Pyongyang Executive, in a statement published by the official North Korean news agency KCNA.

North Korea warns Trump that he will not offer anything without having something guaranteed in returnNorth Korea warns Trump that he will not offer anything without having something guaranteed in return

In his brief, North Korean Foreign Ministry adviser Kim Kye Gwan has said that North Korea is not interested in a summit with the United States that may be “useless in itself,” thus responding to a message it published. on Sunday the US president on Twitter, in which he summoned Kim Jong Un to sign an agreement as soon as possible.

“If the United States does not really want to let this dialogue with us fail, it should take the decision to withdraw its hostile policy based on seeing us as an enemy,” explained the North Korean foreign adviser. “We are no longer interested in those conversations that bring nothing to us,” he added.

Kim has stressed that if the dialogue with the United States implies that “there is nothing in return” for North Korea, the Pyongyang regime will not “give away” to the president of the United States “anything he can presume.”

The president of the United States on Sunday called on the leader of North Korea to “act quickly” to reach an agreement with Washington on its nuclear weapons. “I should act quickly and close the agreement. See you soon!” He said from his personal Twitter account, suggesting a new summit between the two after three meetings from 2018 until now unsuccessful.

On Thursday, North Korea warned that it had rejected an offer from the United States to hold new talks before the end-of-year deadline that Pyongyang has set for Washington to show more flexibility.

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