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North Korea may suspend nuclear talks with 'gangster-like' U.S. diploma



SEOUL (Reuters) – North Korea is considering suspending talks with the senior diplomat as saying.

FILE PHOTO: Hyon Song Wol, head of the North Korean Samjiyon art troupe takes a photo of the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Choir Kim Jong Un (not pictured) at the Presidential Palace in Hanoi, Vietnam March 1, 2019. Luong Thai Linh / Pool via REUTERS

Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui blamed top US Hanoi between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Russia's TASS news agency and the Associated Press.

“We have no intention to yield to the U.S. TASS quoted in the North Korean capital.

U.S. Pat. John Bolton, Secretary of State for Mike Pompeo and National Security, "Tass quoted Choe as saying.

Kim is set to make an official announcement for the position of the denuclearization of the United States, the citing Choe.

Choe said Washington was a golden opportunity, and the Associated Press news agency said.

“I want to make it clear that the gangster-like stand of the U.S. AP is quoted her as saying. But she added: "

Choice of echoed the North's usual rhetoric at tense points in its dealings with Washington. North Korea expert Joshua Pollack received North Korea may be delivering an ultimatum.

"They're putting down a marker," said Pollack, of the James Martin Center for Nonproliferation Studies in Monterey, California.

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Choe had said after the Hanoi talks that Kim might lose his commitment to the cause of the discomfort.

In Washington this week, the U.S. Special Representative for North Korea, Stephen Biegun, received the United States

"Diplomacy is still very much alive," Biegun said on Monday, but was short of the summit.

Bolton, who has argued for a tough approach to North Korea, said last week that the North did not denuclearise.

In Beijing, Premier Li Keqiang urged patience and further dialogue between North Korea and the United States.

"The peninsula problem can be said to be complicated and long-standing," he said.

KOSPI was muted in its reaction.

South Korean and Japanese defense-related shares surged following the reports.

Reporting by Joyce Lee and Josh Smith; Writing by Jack Kim; Editing by Clarence Fernandez and Nick Macfie

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