President Donald Trump is a master negotiator as he has told us in during the presidential primary and general election. North Korea wants to sit down with conditions.
Did you ever think Pyongyang would look to sit down and talk with President Trump? Do you think this is stall tactic by Kim Jung-Un?
China and Russia are both allies of North Korea, but they have been tightening the screws on how much they will tolerate with Kim Jung-Un’s temper tantrums. The House of Representatives passed strong sanctions that could severely cause major problems with North Korea’s business, which is probably why this news is coming out now.
Source: Associated Press
A top North Korean diplomat said Saturday that Pyongyang would be willing to meet with the Trump administration for negotiations “if the conditions are set.”
Choi Sun-hee, the top North Korean diplomat who handles relations with the U.S., spoke briefly to reporters in Beijing en route to Pyongyang. She was traveling from Norway, where she led a delegation that held an informal meeting with former U.S. officials and scholars.
Choi did not elaborate on what the North’s conditions are, but her comments raise the possibility of North Korea and the U.S. returning to negotiations for the first time since 2008 when six-nation talks over Pyongyang’s nuclear weapons program fell apart.
President Donald Trump opened the door this month to talks, saying he would be “honored” to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
On Friday, North Korea sent a letter to Washington over their latest sanctions against their country that could hurt that country.
North Korea wants to meet with sanctions but as everyone is finding out, you have no leverage with President Trump. So it’s going to be up to him to agree to these things but you might see a meeting very soon as relations are tense between both countries.
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