Peace With North Korea?
(ANTIMEDIA) In a move that Washington, D.C. will hopefully view as the extension of an olive branch, North Korea’s deputy U.N. envoy said Friday that negotiations between North Korea and the United States can begin as soon as the U.S. eases its aggressive actions toward his country.
“The rolling back of the hostile policy toward DPRK is the prerequisite for solving all the problems in the Korean Peninsula,” Ambassador Kim In Ryong told reporters, not mentioning North Korea’s controversial weapons programs directly. “Therefore, the urgent issue to be settled on [the] Korean Peninsula is to put a definite end to the U.S. hostile policy, the root cause of all problems.”
Alluding to the fact that Donald Trump recently said he’d be “honored” to sit down with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un if certain conditions were met, the ambassador says that until the U.S. shows a little good faith, Trump’s words