the Summit between U.S. president Donald Trump, and north Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un in Vietnam's capital has not resulted in any agreement. Both parties state that north Korea has been open in order to close its largest kärnenergianläggning, Yongbyon, but according to Trump, was motkravet too large.
" They would, in short, that all sanctions should be lifted in its entirety and we could not go on, said Trump in a press conference in Hanoi after it finished the session.
however, north korea's foreign minister Ri Yong Ho another version of the negotiations. According to him, was north Korea ready to implement a permanent and complete dismantling of the Yongbyon, under american supervision, in exchange for the only parts of the sanctions against the country were lifted away.
north Korea has in the past asked for ”urgent” international help to avoid a food shortage in the country, a lack, inter alia, partly due to the increasingly fierce sanctions that the UN imposed after pressure from the united states. In exchange for Yongbyons settlement wanted north Korea to get away the sanctions ”affect the common people”, writes the New York Times.
in Hanoi when the united states demanded further steps for disarmament. According to the AP, he says that the united states was wasting an opportunity that ”might not come again”.
If both countries are undergoing a number of confidence-building steps can north Korea be willing to go ahead with the kärnvapenavvecklingen, " says Ri. However, they will not change their current position even if the united states would invite to the new negotiations.
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