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North Korea is demanding the US 'rolls back its hostile policy' and warns their nuclear deal could be 'dead' ahead of the anniversary of the historic Trump-Kim summit.
The first-ever meeting between a North Korean leader and a sitting US president took place on June 12 last year in Singapore, where Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump signed a vaguely-worded deal to achieve 'complete denuclearisation'.
Meeting - Vietnam - February - Kim - Exchange
But their second meeting in Vietnam in February ended abruptly as the two failed to agree on what Kim would be willing to give up in exchange for sanctions relief.
On Tuesday, North Korea's official news agency (KCNA) announced the deal 'of great historic significance is now on the verge of turning into a dead document as the U.S. shuns its implementation.'
Policy - US - North - Korea
It added the 'arrogant and unilateral policy' of the US would never work with North Korea.
'There is a limit to the DPRK's patience,' it said, using the acronym for the North's official name,...
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