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North Korea Accuses US Of Inaction After Each Summit

North Korea Accuses US of inaction for a follow-up after each ‘historic’ summit between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald J. Trump. Kim Kye Gwan, North Korean Foreign Ministry advisor, reportedly said in a statement that was circulated by the North Korea’s UN mission that it has become highly topical in the U.S. to hold another North Korea-U.S. summit.

Although previous summits were historic wherein the two leaders had expressed political will to put an end to the hostile relations between the two countries and for want of feasible peace and stability in the Korean Peninsula, no practical follow-up is made to implement the issues agreed upon at the summit talk, Kim Kye Gwan furthered said

The statement also reportedly talked about the genuine efforts made by North Korea to rebuild trust with Washington by keeping its word on the joint agreement between US and North Korea after the first summit between the two countries. It included gestures from North Korea to dispatch the remains of US soldiers killed during the Korean war of 1950-1953 as well as sending back American detainees who have committed ‘hostile acts against North Korea’.

The statement also further said that US have done very little on the agreements signed during the first summit between US and North Korea in Singapore and have continued the military drill between US and South Korea. The statement reportedly also spoke on the glimmer of hope in the present US President Donald J. Trump saying that he is different from his predecessor. It further talked of the ‘wise option’ and bold decision’ of the current US President to bring in normalcy into the US-North Korea relationship.

The statement also said that American politicians are gang-ho on total disarmament of nuclear weapons by North Korea before lifting the US sanctions off North Korea.Earlier this week, US and South Korea have agreed on a more ‘gentler approach’ in tackling North Korea’s path to denuclearization.