North Korea threatened to suspend negotiations with the Trump administration on the North Sea Nuclear Program and said its leader, Kim Jong-un, soon decided if nuclear and missile tests should be restored.
Speaking to diplomats and foreign correspondents at a press conference in Pyongyang, the north Korean capital, Deputy Foreign Minister Cho Sung-hu said that personal relationships between Mr. Kim and Mr. Trump "are still good, and chemistry is mysteriously wonderful".
Mike Pompeo and John Bolton, Mr. Tramp National Security Adviser, created "an atmosphere of hostility and distrust," which prevented the talks of senior executives in Hanoi last month.
"The North Korean leader had serious doubts about the merits of continuing talks with Mr Trump."
"We do not intend to compromise with the US in any way. Oh, nor much less desire or plan for such negotiations," Ms. Choe said, according to a report by Pyongyang from the Associated Press, which has a bureau
She also said that the North could cease to self-assess.we imposed a moratorium on testing nuclear weapons and long-range missiles.
"Whether this moratorium is upheld or not is the decision of our head of the State Commission on Public Affairs," – she said, referring to Mr. Kim's one of his leadership titles "He will make his decision within a short period of time."
The Office of the President of South Korea, Moon Jae-in, who has done a lot for the negotiations between the North and the United States, said that he was closely monitoring the situation. "Whatever there was a situation our government would try to do everything in its power to help restore North Korea-US
Violation of the Hanoi meeting revealed a major gap between North Korea and the United States on how to continue the fight against denuclearization.
North Korea insisted, as before, on moving in phases. In Hanoi, Mr Kim offered to disassemble plutonium, enrichment of uranium and other items in his place in Enbion, north of Pyongyang, and demanded that Washington instead remove the critical sanctions imposed on the North from 2016.
. Trump rejected this proposal, demanding more significant steps to denuclearization. It is believed that North Korea launches at least one other uranium enrichment plant outside the Yongbyon and also retains other elements of its nuclear program in secret locations around the mountainous country
. all key sanctions on talks in Hanoi, and North Korea said it only wants to lift sanctions that affected its civilian economy
American officials fear that pre-term abolition of sanctions will end with a subsidy for the North's weapons program. Sanctions of the United Nations currently block all key North American export products, including coal, and dramatically reduce fuel imports
Kim took a 65-hour train trip to meet Mr. Trump in Hanoi, and this was perceived as Serious embarrassment for him to return home without much needed sanctions.
t While charging for the breakdown of Hanoi's negotiations, mainly on his assistants, Ms. Cho issued a statement that North Korea still hopes that Mr Trump might be in Washington's position.
But after talks in Hanoi, analysts were afraid that North Korea could resume weapons testing in a bid to get more leverage, and warning Ms. Choi on a Friday may be a sign that North Korea is about to move in that direction.
"On the way back to our homeland, our chairman of the State Commission on Public Affairs said," For what reason should we make this trip again? "- Ms. Choe said on Friday, according to AP" I want to explain, that the gangster position of the US eventually endangers the situation. "
She said that the United States was guilty of "golden opportunity" in Hanoi, adding that the North is no longer interested in the talks if Washington did not change its "political calculation".
North Korea announced a moratorium on nuclear and missile tests after the flight test of the Hwasong-15 intercontinental ballistic missile in November 2017. The resumption of the tests could lead to a rapprochement between North Korea and the United States, which began last year, after a series of militant threats on both sides during Mr Trump's first year in
Trump said that he and Mr. Kim "fell in love" at their first meeting in Singapore in June last year, and he called the moratorium on the test of the North one of his main diplomatic achievements. At the meeting in Singapore, an uncertain agreement was reached on the transformation of bilateral relations, the construction of peace and "work towards the complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula"
. Trump said he would be "very disappointed" if the North resumed a test of weapons.
After the collapse of the Hanoi talks, satellite imagery analysts came to the conclusion that North Korea restored the partially disassembled structure on the Tongan-ray satellite to test and design engines and other technologies for its long-range missiles.
North Korea has tested what she said is a hydrogen bomb in September 2017. But external rocket experts argue that the North may need additional testing to acquire all the technologies needed to build a reliable intercontinental ballistic missile