North Korea blames Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Adviser John Bolton for an “atmosphere of hostility and mistrust” that dissolved denuclearization negotiations last month between Kim Jong-un and President Trump, The New York Times reported.
North Korea’s Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son-hui reportedly said at a press conference in Pyongyang that Kim and Trump’s relationship was still “good and the chemistry is mysteriously wonderful.”
Choe said that Kim would make a decision “in a short period of time” about whether the regime will continue its “moratorium” on tests of nuclear weapons.
Read the full Times report here.
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