‘Our country is not Libya or Iraq’: N. Korea may reconsider Trump-Kim summit if guaranteed safety

‘Our country is not Libya or Iraq’: N. Korea may reconsider Trump-Kim summit if guaranteed safety

WAAR-DUHOK:

 

Pyongyang is not interested in any negotiations that envisage only unilateral denuclearization without guarantees North Korea won’t be left totally defenseless like Libya in case of aggression, deputy foreign minister has said.

Criticizing Washington’s demands for unilateral concessions and unconditional “nuclear abandonment,” North Korea’s first vice minister of foreign affairs Kim Kye-gwan recalled the eventual fate of Libya and said such negotiations style is unacceptable for Pyongyang.

“This is not an attempt to solve the problem through dialogue but rather the manifestation …to force the destiny of the collapsed Libya and Iraq to our dignified state,” Kim said, according to KCNA.

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