Russian Deputy Foreign Minister visits DPRK or exchanges views with DPRK on the strategy of denuclearization negotiations

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 Russian Deputy Foreign Minister visits DPRK or exchanges views with DPRK on the strategy of denuclearization negotiations


Russian Vice Foreign Minister Morgorov and his delegation visited Pyongyang on August 14 or exchanged views with the DPRK on the strategy of denuclearization negotiations.

DPRK Central News Agency reported the news on the 14th. According to an analysis by the Korean Associated Press, Morgorovs visit is closely related to the talks on denuclearization between the DPRK and the US, which are expected to resume soon.

The analysis points out that this is a visit by the highest-ranking Russian diplomats to the DPRK after Kim Jong-un, the top leader of the DPRK, visited Russia in April this year. As Russias chief representative on the DPRK nuclear issue, Morgorov may exchange views with the DPRK on the strategy of consultation at the denuclearization level.

It is reported that Cui Shanji, the first deputy prime minister of the DPRK Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Ren Tianyi, the Deputy Prime Minister responsible for Russian affairs, visited Russia in October last year and met with Morgorov in June this year.

Following the unsuccessful meeting between DPRK and US leaders in Hanoi in February this year, the DPRK-US relations and negotiations on denuclearization of the peninsula reached an impasse. Trumps brief meeting with Kim Jong-un in Panmunjom on June 30 provided new opportunities for dialogue and negotiation, but negotiations on the resumption of work agreed by the two sides did not proceed smoothly.

In the past few weeks, North Korea has launched many launches, which are considered to be aimed at joint military exercises between the United States and South Korea. However, although the United States did not heed North Koreas warnings and insisted on military exercises, it also showed a very calm attitude towards North Koreas launch activities. US President Trump said on August 2 that the DPRKs short-range missile launch did not violate his agreement with Kim Jong-un. On August 9, Trump told the media at the White House that he had received another letter from North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un on August 8. Although Kim Jong-un expressed his dissatisfaction with the US-ROK joint military exercise in his letter, Trump still called it a beautiful and very positive letter. He also reiterated that North Korea had not launched long-range missiles or conducted nuclear tests, and said he believed that he would meet again with Kim Jong-un in the future. Source of this article: Peng Mei News Responsible Editor: Zhang Wenze_NN7378

On August 9, Trump told the media at the White House that he had received another letter from North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un on August 8. Although Kim Jong-un expressed his dissatisfaction with the US-ROK joint military exercise in his letter, Trump still called it a beautiful and very positive letter. He also reiterated that North Korea had not launched long-range missiles or conducted nuclear tests, and said he believed that he would meet again with Kim Jong-un in the future.