North Korea says US media close nuclear facilities: Kim Jeong-eun hinted at no intention of abandoning nuclear weapons

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 North Korea says US media close nuclear facilities: Kim Jeong-eun hinted at no intention of abandoning nuclear weapons


Reference News Network April 22 daily foreign media said the North Korean leader Kim Jeong-eun said North Korea will shut down nuclear test facilities and suspend the long-range missile test. This means that Pyongyang is willing to make concessions on the eve of talks with the president of the United States and South Korea. According to the Wall Street journal website on April 20th, Kim Jeong-eun said at a meeting of the Central Committee of the ruling party of the DPRK that he did not intend to give up nuclear weapons. He said North Korea would never use nuclear weapons as long as it is not threatened by nuclear weapons or nuclear provocations. The report said Kim Jeong-eun spoke in the United States after the announcement of the CIA director Mike Pompeios visit to Pyongyang. Kim Jeong-eun told Pompeio that North Korea is willing to commit itself to denuclearization of the peninsula. According to the The Associated Press reported in April 21st, North Korea 21 said that it has suspended nuclear and long-range missile tests and plans to close its nuclear test ground before a new round of negotiations with South Korea and the United States. Reported that North Koreas position did not specify whether it is willing to reduce the arsenal. The source of this article: Reference News Net editor: Li Tian Yi _NN7528