The White House talks about lifting the sanctions against the DPRK: the DPRK must first demonstrate concrete actions to abandon nuclear weapons.

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 The White House talks about lifting the sanctions against the DPRK: the DPRK must first demonstrate concrete actions to abandon nuclear weapons.


In the afternoon of 23 local time, in the early morning of Beijing time, White House spokesman Sarah Sanders said at a regular press conference that the premise of the lifting of sanctions on DPRK is that North Korea must first show the concrete action of abandoning the nuclear, and the United States will continue to take limit pressure policy to the DPRK before the DPRKs nuclear abandonment. White House spokesman Saunders: of course, sanctions will not be lifted. Unless we see the specific action of the DPRKs abandonment. We will not commit any mistakes of previous governments. We will not take Korean words seriously. As I said before, and we have said many times before, the extreme pressure policy will continue until we see concrete actions. We will not be naive in this matter. We have seen some progress in the right direction, but we still have a long way to go. Source: CCTV News Mobile editor: Ji Xue Ying _NN6784 In the afternoon of 23 local time, in the early morning of Beijing time, White House spokesman Sarah Sanders said at a regular press conference that the premise of the lifting of sanctions on DPRK is that North Korea must first show the concrete action of abandoning the nuclear, and the United States will continue to take limit pressure policy to the DPRK before the DPRKs nuclear abandonment. White House spokesman Saunders: of course, sanctions will not be lifted. Unless we see the specific action of the DPRKs abandonment. We will not commit any mistakes of previous governments. We will not take Korean words seriously. As I said before, and we have said many times before, the extreme pressure policy will continue until we see concrete actions. We will not be naive in this matter. We have seen some progress in the right direction, but we still have a long way to go.