US intelligence officer in North Korea, Sydney Ciller, said on Friday that North Korea sees diplomacy as a way in which it can boost its nuclear weapons development program. However, the government of the new US President Joe Biden announced that it wanted to bring Pyongyang’s representatives back to the negotiating table.
Biden’s nominee for Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, said at a Senate hearing on Tuesday that the new government will fully review its policy toward North Korea and assess how it can pressure Pyongyang for talks.
Seeler previously said at an analytical institute called the Center for Strategic and International Studies that Pyongyang has been steadily developing its weapons for 30 years. Whenever he agreed to sit at the negotiating table, it was just a waste of time. To stop negotiations while moving forward with the nuclear program. Pyongyang’s tactics must not deceive us regarding its strategy. We shouldn’t be overly enthusiastic when North Korean leader Kim Jongun suddenly suggested that we sit down to negotiate right away, but we shouldn’t be surprised if he, for example, tests an ICBM on Sunday, he said.
According to Seiler North Korea is not interested in humanitarian aid, and it cannot be compromised. “The military force that North Korea wants to develop – albeit long and distant – is much greater than what a country of this size needs. A country wants to achieve just enough to be left alone. And at this point, there is a risk that no action will be taken against it.”
Kurt Campbell, Biden’s chief adviser for Asian affairs, also said earlier that the new government must decide quickly what policy to follow toward North Korea and not repeat the procrastination mistake made by the government of former Democratic President Barack Obama, because it led to the provocation. Pyongyang’s steps and making dialogue completely impossible