On Friday, North Korea threatened to suspend talks with the Trump administration on the North Nuclear Weapons Program and said its leader Kim Jong-un would soon decide whether to renew nuclear and missile research
Foreign Minister Choe Son-Hui said at a conference that personal relations between Kim and Trump were "still good and chemistry is mysteriously amazing."
But she told Secretary Mike Pompeo and John Bolton, p. A short national security advisor, created an "atmosphere of hostility and mistrust" that blocked last month's top leadership talks in Hanoi.
She also said that the north may have set itself a moratorium on nuclear weapons and long-range missile testing
"Whether or not to maintain this moratorium is the decision of our state commission chairman," she said. . management titles. "He will make a decision in the short term."
South Korean President Moon Jae-in, who has contributed a lot to the negotiations between the North and the United States, said he was following the situation closely. "Regardless of the situation, our government will try to help North Korea and the United States renew.
At the Hanoi meeting, it emerged that North Korea and the United States were over-represented due to continued nuclear destruction.
North Korea insisted, as before, on moving in stages. In Hanoi, Kim offered to dismantle plutonium, uranium enrichment and other facilities at his Yongbyon, north of Pyongyang, and demanded that Washington restore important sanctions that had been imposed in the Nordic countries since 2016.
. The short rejected the proposal, demanding greater steps towards decontamination. It is believed that North Korea carries out at least one other uranium enrichment plant outside Yongbyon, as well as protects other elements of its nuclear program in secret places around a mountainous country.
The United States officials said the Nordic countries had basically demanded the abolition of all major sanctions in the Hanoi talks, while North Korea said it only wanted to abolish the sanctions that affected its civilian economy.
American officials fear that the early abolition of sanctions would subsidize the Nordic Arms Program. The United Nations sanctions currently prohibit all major Nordic exports, including coal, and have drastically reduced its imports from fuel
. Kim took a 65-hour train ride to meet Mr. Briefly in Hanoi, he was seen as a great confusion to him to return home without the badly needed sanctions
. accusing Hanoi of breaking up chats mainly because of his assistants, Mrs Choe appeared to signal that North Korea was still hoping that Short could mitigate Washington's position.
However, as Hanoi spoke, analysts feared that North Korea could resume arms testing by offering more leverage and Mr Choe's warnings on Friday could be a sign that North Korea was going to move in that direction.
"After returning to our homeland, the chairman of our state commission said:" For what reason do we have to make this train trip again? "Mrs. Choe said on Friday, according to AP" I would like to make it clear that the US gangster stand will eventually endanger.
She said the United States had this "happy" opportunity in Hanoi, adding that the Nordic countries were no longer interested in negotiating unless Washington changed its "political count".
North Korea announced a moratorium on its nuclear and long-range missile testing after Hwasong-15 intercontinental ballistic missile flight tests in 2017 November Following the re-launch of the tests, the relationship between North Korea and the United States started last year, after Mr Short has returned from both sides for the first year in a row.
p. He briefly said that he and Kim had fallen in love with their first meeting in Singapore last June, and he mentioned the Nordic test moratorium as one of the most important diplomatic achievements. The Singapore Summit gave an unclear agreement on the replacement of bilateral relations, peace and "total nuclear destruction of the Korean Peninsula".
p. Briefly said he would be "very disappointed" if North would start trying again.
Following the breakdown of the Hanoi talks, satellite image analysts concluded that North Korea had rebuilt the partially dismantled structure in Tongchang-ri satellite space.
North Korea has tested what she said was 2017 September. hydrogen bomb. In addition, in 2017 it has tested three long range missiles. But external rocket experts say that the North may need more testing to acquire all the technology needed to build a reliable intercontinental ballistic missile