According to foreign media reports on September 10, US Secretary of State Pompeo said on September 8 that the United States hopes to resume denuclearization talks with North Korea in the coming days or weeks.
Negotiations aimed at eliminating Pyongyangs nuclear weapons and missile program have stalled since the collapse of the second summit between US President Trump and North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un in Hanoi, Vietnam, in February, Reuters reported on September 8.
Reported that Trump and Kim Jong-un met again on the Korean-Korean border in June and agreed to resume working-level talks, but the talks have not begun.
We know that Chairman Kim Jong-un has been committed to denuclearization, Pompeo said in an interview with ABCs This Week column. We hope that in the next few days or weeks we will return to the negotiating table with them. This is the best result.
Reported that in the past few weeks, North Korea has test-fired a series of short-range missiles to protest the joint military exercises between the United States and South Korea and the introduction of new weapons by South Korea.
Pompeo said that although the DPRKs short-range missile test was disappointing, Kim Jong-un did not violate his commitment to Trump, and the goal of the United States was still to achieve verifiable denuclearization of the DPRK.