This is possible if the DPRK will abandon nuclear weapons program
Gossekretat USA Mike Pompeo said that North Korea is waiting for “a future of peace and prosperity” if it abandons its nuclear weapons program. Pompeo made this statement ahead of the meeting US President Donald trump and the leader of the DPRK Kim Than the UN.
At a press conference held after the talks Pompeo with his South Korean counterpart in Washington, the head of the American foreign Ministry said that “if North Korea will take decisive action for rapid denuclearization, the United States will work with representatives of North Korea and our South Korean friends, to achieve prosperity in this country.”
“If Chairman Kim will choose the right path, the people of North Korea will have a future full of peace and prosperity,” he said, adding that the list of measures to support the North Korean people.
Pompeo, who this week returned from Pyongyang with three Americans released from North Korean prisons, said that their release helped to create the conditions for a successful meeting trump and Kim Jong-UN – it will be held in Singapore on June 12.
Pompeo called the talks with the North Korean leader a “good and substantive” and expressed confidence that both parties understand the ultimate goal of the summit.
While North Korea has not shown that it is willing to abandon the program of creation of nuclear weapons, which is the de facto guarantor of the integrity of the Kim dynasty.
During a solemn lunch in Pyongyang, the former head of the intelligence service of the DPRK Kim Yong-Chul said that North Korea has “improved” its nuclear capability and now his task is to”concentrate all efforts on economic progress”.
Pompeo noted that the US goal is clear. It lies in the fact that North Korea would be deprived of the ability to threaten nuclear weapons not only the United States but also worldwide.
The Minister of foreign Affairs of South Korea Kang Kyung-Hwa stressed that sanctions against Pyongyang will not be lifted until, until you have taken concrete steps to denuclearize.