Bolton called on Pyongyang to accept denuclearization steps

The national security adviser John Bolton said Tuesday that North Korea has not yet taken the necessary steps toward denuclearization, despite the agreement between the President of the United States Donald trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN.

In an interview with Fox News, Bolton said that the US Secretary of state Mike Pompeo is ready again to go to North Korea to once again meet with Kim Jong Inom.

“We do not need more rhetoric and actions towards denuclearization from North Korea,” he said.

According to Bolton, the United States adhere to the Declaration signed at the end of the Singapore summit trump and Kim Jong-UN.

“The fact that North Korea has not taken measures that we believe are necessary for denuclearization,” said he, adding that the possibility of easing sanctions is not considered.

Answering the question about the possibility of further meetings, Bolton said that trump in a recent letter to Kim Jong Ynu have offered to re-send to North Korea Secretary of state Pompeo, and that the President himself is ready at any moment to meet with North Korean leader. The letter was submitted to the Minister of foreign Affairs of the DPRK ri Yong Ho over the weekend.

North Korean nuclear weapons program is a source of international tension for decades, and Kim Jong-UN and trump prior to the June meeting they exchanged a particularly sharp threats.