The state Department denied reports about the readiness to help North Korea in case of denuclearization

MOSCOW, may 12 — RIA Novosti. The U.S. state Department called incorrect media reports about the readiness of the American administration to give North Korea economic assistance after denuclearization, said on Twitter, state Department spokesman Heather Nauert.

“A deceptive title. If the DPRK denuclearizes, they can have a better future, which will include international trade and visitors from around the world,” wrote Nauert, having attached to record the link to the relevant article on the website of Fox News channel.

Misleading headline. If #DPRK denuclearizes, they could have a brighter future one day, which could include international trade, investment and visitors from around the world. @statedept https://t.co/qYoAKcSMg1
— Heather Nauert (@statedeptspox) may 12, 2018

Earlier, the US Secretary of state Mike Pompeo reported that he had discussed with North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN assurances that the US “is ready to provide” in exchange for denuclearization.