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North Korea Threatens To Cancel Summit With Donald Trump

North Korea has threatened to cancel a historic summit between with Kim Jong and President Donald Trump on next month, if unilateral pressure to eliminate its nuclear weapons. North Korea already canceled a high-level meeting with South Korea. Donald Trump and Kim Jong are scheduled to meet in Singapore on June 12.

”If America corners us and unilaterally demands we give up nuclear weapons we will no longer have an interest in talks and will have to reconsider whether we will accept the upcoming DPRK-US summit”, state media quoted vice-foreign minister Kim Kye-gwan saying.

North Korea says that it was hoped that the historic talks would help in normalizing the situation, but America is provoking us by giving incoherent statements.

According to BBC, preparations were going on in better manner for the talks but after this statement, doubts have arisen.

North Korea has canceled its high-level talks with South Korea on Wednesday. North Korea says that this decision has been taken because of protest at joint US-South Korean military exercises.

North Korea and South Korea were about to meet once again to pursue the talks on April 27.

The US said that we have no information about the change in North Korea’s stand. Preparations of talks between Mr. Kim and Mr. Trump will continue.

Kim Hyun-wook, a professor at the Korea national diplomatic academy in Seoul, said: “North Korea knows that cancelling the (Trump-Kim) summit would not be good for its own interests, and not good for US interests either. But the North Korean regime cannot accept US demands for denuclearisation without first receiving guarantees about its security. Let’s see what Trump does about this.”

He said, “It seems that Kim Jong was forced to accept America’s demands for nuclear disarmament, but after China’s relations with normalization and financial support, he is trying to change his attitude.”

The statement added Trump would remain as a “failed president” if he followed in the steps of his predecessors.

“We will appropriately respond to the Trump administration if it approaches the North Korea-US summit meeting with a truthful intent to improve relations,” Kim said.



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