After Lack Of US Progress, North Korea "Doubts Possibility Of Future US Talks"

Zero Hedge | 9/19/2005 | Staff
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Just a few minutes after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirmed that the United States has not been able to arrange working-level meetings with North Korea in September - since negotiations aimed at dismantling North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs have stalled since a failed second summit - Korea's Central News Agency reported North Korean officials issued a statement that "the prospects for future talks are not bright."

This comes after Pompeo said at a news conference in New York, where he attended the United Nations General Assembly this week:

Statements - Meetings - End - Month - Happen

“We have see these public statements that we were hopeful that there would be working level meetings by the end of this month ... we’ve not been able to make those happen and we don’t have a date yet when we will be able to get together.”

Notably, North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho did not attend the annual gathering of world leaders, having done so for the past three years.

Team - Pompeo

“Our team is prepared to meet with them, I think it’s important that we do,” Pompeo added.

As Reuters reports, North Korea said this month it was willing to restart nuclear talks with the United States in late September but warned that dealings between the sides could end unless Washington adopted a fresh approach. The concessions the United States has so far offered North Korea publicly have reportedly fallen far short of its expectations.

Talks - United - States

I'm interested in watching the recent seasoned talks in the United States.

The meetings and congresses of the seasons that have been conducted so far have become historical histories that marked the political will of the leaders of the two countries to end hostile seasoned relations and to bring peace and stability to the Korean peninsula.

Prospects - Talks - Movement

However, the prospects for future talks are not bright, as the actual movement to carry...
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