North Korea allows South Korean journalists to cover nuke test closing


"We will see", said the USA president.

Shah says Joe Hagin - the deputy chief of staff for operations - will go to Singapore over the weekend to continue the preparations.

The North has portrayed the destruction on the Punggye-ri test site as a goodwill gesture ahead of planned June 12 summit between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump in Singapore. I think we'll get those conditions.

North Korea had earlier refused to grant entry visas to the South Korean journalists after the North cut off high-level contact with Seoul to protest joint U.S.

Pompeo said a US -led sanctions pressure campaign on Pyongyang would not be eased until North Korea gives up nuclear weapons and that the United States had no intention of making concessions to Pyongyang.

The president added that he hoped Chinese President Xi Jinping was actually committed to the goal of denuclearizing the Korean peninsula, calling him a "world-class poker player".

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A senior South Korean official told reporters on condition of anonymity: "Given the North's thinking and statements alike, we would be able to turn around the mood after the Max Thunder drills from the current standoff and restart dialogue".

"We may not have have phone or internet for the journey, but we should have some extraordinary images from a place never seen by foreign press". "But we're talking right now". -South Korea military exercises.

Then, on Tuesday, North Korea's state media ran a commentary demanding that South Korea silence defectors who distributed leaflets critical of the Kim regime.

What did Mr Pompeo say?

New cell phone policy at Pentagon Doubts grow over Trump-Kim summit MORE, are saying all the right things and acknowledging that the United States can not rely on economic strangulation and political pressure alone. "And I will spare no effort to provide all necessary support", Moon said. -North Korea summit and in the past has pushed for multilateral talks involving the North to address the nuclear issue.

Trump suggested the summit could be delayed rather than canceled: "It may not work out for June 12, but there is a good chance that we'll have the meeting".

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"We really hope that all sides, especially the United States and North Korea, can seize the opportunity, meet each other halfway, and resolve in a balanced way each other's concerns", Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang told a regular news briefing. His spokeswoman, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, said Trump was referring to a commitment to seriously discuss denuclearization.

He said if an agreement was reached, China, Japan and South Korea would invest large sums to "make North Korea great".

"The second meeting I think there was a little change in attitude from Kim Jong-un", he said.

Activists, rights groups and defectors in the South worry, though, that Seoul's desire to sustain the improvement in relations with Pyongyang-in which President Moon Jae-in has been a driving force-might prompt officials to reverse course. Trump said he was displeased by China's softening of border enforcement measures against North Korea.

Trump asserted that soon after North Korea relinquishes its nuclear power, Kim would make his country "rich" and "proud".

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