“False expectations cherished by the United States may cause more bitter disappointments,” said Kim Jeongjong, the powerful sister of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, who said the United States should “interpret the signals from Pyongyang with more caution.” He says the Americans are now explaining the situation to reassure themselves.
Kim Jong-un, the head of North Korea’s one-party propaganda department, suspected that White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan described Kim Jong-un’s statement that North Korea was ready for dialogue and opposition as “interesting” in an interview with ABC Television on Sunday. United State.
Sullivan did not say he expressed any hopes. “We expect a clear signal from Pyongyang about whether it is ready to sit at the negotiating table and move in that direction,” he said. The US special envoy to North Korea, Song Qing, said on Monday that he is ready to meet with North Korean officials unconditionally anywhere and anytime, and he expected a positive response from Pyongyang as soon as possible. (via MTI)
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