According to the Reuters in August 6th, the Labor News editorials accuse Pyongyang of making a goodwill gesture, such as the moratorium on nuclear tests and missile tests, the dismantling of a nuclear plant, and the return of the remains of American soldiers killed during the Korean war between 1950 and 1953, but the Washington line was on the back of the plan to improve bilateral relations. Gallop.
The remains of the American troops stationed in Korea (Getty Images)
The editorial said: the State Department says that sanctions will not be relaxed before the denuclearization is completed and that strengthening sanctions is a way to enhance their bargaining power, which are furious. As part of the US governments hostile policy towards the DPRK, these sanctions are like the waving stick of the US government. How can this promote the friendly relations between the two countries?
It is believed that this editorial is a new sign that Pyongyang is disappointed with the slow progress in nuclear negotiations. The report also said the DPRK and the United States had vowed to end Pyongyangs weapons program at a landmark us - DPRK summit in Singapore in June, but failed to reach a consensus on the goal. The source of this article: Reference News Editor: Xun Jianguo _NN7379
It is believed that this editorial is a new sign that Pyongyang is disappointed with the slow progress in nuclear negotiations.