North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un expressed his willingness to improve ties with South Korea to promote peace while dismissed the American offer for dialogue as cunning ways secreting its hostility against the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
DPRK leader’s remark is an obvious effort to cause hostility between Washington and Seoul as he wishes South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea (ROK), to assist him in winning comfort from crippling American sanctions. This month, North Korea offered conditional talks with South Korea alongside its first missile launches in half-year and increased criticism of America.
DPRK leader Kim Jong Un has expressed his willingness to restore severed inter-Korean hotlines in Oct, and slams Washington’s “hostile policy”. pic.twitter.com/9j44ujFdJt
— CGTN Global Watch (@GlobalWatchCGTN) September 30, 2021
The United Nations Security organized an emergency closed meeting on 30th September at the request of France, the United Kingdom, and America on North’s recent missile tests.
According to the Korean Central News Agency, Kim said that there is no modification in the military threat to and Washington’s hostile policy toward them at all, and instead, America’s expressions and methods get more crafty.
North Korea’s Ambassador to United Nations Defended His Country’s Nuclear Program
Furthermore, the Biden administration has frequently asked for DPRK to resumes stalled talks on the country’s atomic program. Replying to the North Korean leader’s address, the US State Department pointed up in an electronic mail to the media outlet that America keeps no hostile intent toward the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea.
The United States statement reads that their policy calls for a precise, practical approach that is open and will look into diplomacy with North Korea to make tangible progress that increases the security of America, their partners, and their sent forces. Moreover, they’re ready to meet with North Korea. And they anticipate the Democratic Republic of Korea will respond in YES to their outreach.
This week, the DPRK carried out its latest in a series of missile tests, launching a previously unseen hypersonic missile and joining a contest for the advanced weapon system led by powerful military forces.
On Monday, in his address at the U.N. General Assembly, North Korean ambassador to the U.N. defended his nation’s nuclear weapon advancement, calling it a response to the U.S. and ROK’s double standards.