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World North Korea slams UN chief over call for nuclear disarming

00:50  11 august  2018
00:50  11 august  2018 Source:   msn.com

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The UN secretary general has thrown his weight behind the ongoing talks between North Korea and the US over the former’s nuclear disarmament , stressing tha There should be "no more Nagasaki, nevermore Hiroshima,” the UN chief said. He also underlined the significance of the “battle for

In this file photo taken on February 8, 2018 and released on February 9, 2018 by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) shows Hwasong-15 ballistic missiles during the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the Korean People's Army at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang © Provided by AFP In this file photo taken on February 8, 2018 and released on February 9, 2018 by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) shows Hwasong-15 ballistic missiles during the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the Korean People's Army at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang

North Korea on Friday accused UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres of making "reckless remarks" and toeing the US line when he called for verifiable and irreversible denuclearization of the Korean peninsula.

Guterres made the statement following talks with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo on Wednesday to discuss the US-led effort to rid North Korea of its nuclear and ballistic missile programs.

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  North Korea slams US for lacking ‘basic decorum’ in nuke talks North Korea ripped the U.S. government on Thursday for insisting that Pyongyang fully denuclearize, claiming that Trump administration officials are "going against" President Trump by criticizing the nation.The North Korean government said in a statement that it has halted nuclear missile tests, dismantled a nuclear test site and begun to return the remains of Americans killed in the Korean War, but lamented continued criticism from U.S. officials.

The UN secretary general has thrown his weight behind the ongoing talks between North Korea and the US over the former’s nuclear disarmament There should be "no more Nagasaki, nevermore Hiroshima,” the UN chief said. He also underlined the significance of the “battle for non-proliferation of

The magnitude of the North Korean challenge becomes clearer when compared with past efforts to disarm other For instance, Libya’s nuclear program was so undeveloped that the centrifuges it turned over had North Korea released a photograph of the country’s leader, Kim Jong- un , center

The UN chief "should do what is beneficial to the current situation on Korean peninsula for peace and stability, not just by singing (the) chorus for sanctions to please (a) certain country," said a statement from the North Korean mission to the United Nations.

The mission described as "reckless" a remark from Guterres who said that North Korea "can be a normal member of the international community in this region through total denuclearization that is verifiable, irreversible."

The statement said North Korea was "astonished" to hear Guterres' remarks "at a time when the world supports and welcomes the historic DPRK-US summit and the joint statement in Singapore."

At the first-ever meeting between sitting leaders of the US and North Korea in June, President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un pledged in a joint statement to work toward the "complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula."

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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo went to Pyongyang to get Kim Jong Un to give up his nuclear weapons. While President Donald Trump’s point man for nuclear talks summed up his 27 hours in the North Korean capital as “productive,” the regime called the visit “regretful.”

President Trump's decision to write a letter to Kim Jong- Un calling off the June 12 Singapore summit with North Korea came down to a "trail of Some on the "staff level" — specifically chief of staff John Kelly Another factor was the North Koreans ' silence over the past five to 10 days, Brennan reports.

The statement however was short on details and a UN panel of experts reported last week that North Korea is pressing ahead with its nuclear and missile programs.

The United States, backed by Japan, is urging UN member-states to maintain pressure on North Korea to give up its military programs by fully adhering to a raft of sanctions.

Trump's administration has argued that sanctions must remain fully in place until North Korea has scrapped its nuclear and missile programs and that the dismantling is verified.

The Security Council last year adopted three rounds of tough economic sanctions on North Korea, banning most of its exports of raw commodities and severely restricting oil supplies.

Trump’s Foreign Trips Get Low Marks New Poll Shows .
President Donald Trump’s summits in North Korea and Russia have received tepid support at home, with less than a third of Americans saying the trips were a success in an Economist/YouGov poll released Wednesday. The June 12 meeting between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un was successful 28 percent of respondents said, while 33 percent said it was unsuccessful and 39 percent said they were not sure. Trump’s meeting with Putin received lower marks, with 23 percent calling it successful and 35 percent calling it unsuccessful. Only one in 10 Americans thought the U.S. got more out of the Putin summit than Russia did.

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