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N. Korea reconsiders denuclearization talks

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Korea crisis becomes more complicated problem. 

If north korea cease denuclearization, then what's next?

As citizen of R.O.K, It makes me so feel heavy.

North Korea tries to deceive the USA, but it won't be easy.

 

“We have no intention of compromising in any form to the demands of the US,” Choe was quoted as saying in foreign media reports. 

She also said the US had “lost a golden opportunity” at the US-North Korea summit in Hanoi on Feb. 27 and 28.

In response, Seoul's presidential office said that the South Korean government will continue the efforts to faciliate dialogue between US and North Korea under any circumstances. 

Choe also revealed that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un would soon decide whether to restart the North’s nuclear and missile development programs. According to Choe, the decision will be included in an official statement from Kim concerning the direction North Korea plans to take in the wake of the Hanoi summit. 

At the summit, US President Donald Trump and Kim ended their meeting sooner than scheduled without reaching any agreement. Following the meeting, Trump said the North had demanded full sanctions relief in return for dismantling a limited portion of its nuclear weapons program. 

In an unusual move, the North quickly denied the statement, with Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho saying his country had demanded only the lifting of sanctions that directly affected people’s livelihoods. 

By Choi He-suk (cheesuk@heraldcorp.com)

 

http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20190315000394

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Tatetopa

Do many people in the ROK have a desire for reunification?

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Gromdor

I think the biggest problem was that the two parties never mutually defined what "denuclearize" was initially to work towards.

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Great Old Man
On 2019. 3. 17. at 6:21 AM, Gromdor said:

I think the biggest problem was that the two parties never mutually defined what "denuclearize" was initially to work towards.

Indeed, North Korea want to become a nuclear power station. no more producing nuclear weapon is better terms for their "denuclearize" while USA's denuclearize is CVID.

 

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Great Old Man
On 2019. 3. 16. at 7:08 PM, Tatetopa said:

Do many people in the ROK have a desire for reunification?

It is really big dilemma for the ROK.

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Great Old Man
On 2019. 3. 16. at 7:08 PM, Tatetopa said:

Do many people in the ROK have a desire for reunification?

Yes, ROK have a desire for "long term meaning reunification". however, everybody don't want immediate reunification. Most of South Korean think it will be chaotic when north and south reunify suddenly. Harsh political, economic status of North will be a challenge for ROK. political system( communism, socialism (actually similar to totalitarianism) vs capitalism) and differences between north and south are too big. DPRK has no freedom, no equal right, opportunity. Everybody hates  dictatorship of North. except people who are the agent of the North.

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Podo
1 hour ago, Gromdor said:

Our government is confused right now.

When exactly was it ever NOT confused?

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