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World North Korea says U.S., South Korea must present new solutions for conflict

09:00  21 october  2019
09:00  21 october  2019 Source:   reuters.com

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BEIJING (Reuters) - The United States and South Korea must produce new solutions for the current standoff on the Korean Peninsula, a senior North Korean military official said on Monday, warning that hostile policies towards Pyongyang would lead to serious consequences.

a vase of flowers on a table: North Korea's Vice Minister of the People's Armed Forces Kim Hyong Ryong speaks at the Xiangshan Forum in Beijing© Reuters/JASON LEE North Korea's Vice Minister of the People's Armed Forces Kim Hyong Ryong speaks at the Xiangshan Forum in Beijing

The remarks add to recent comments from Pyongyang expressing discontent at the lack of progress in its negotiations with Washington. This month North Korea issued a veiled threat about ending the freeze in long-range missile testing amid continued economic sanctions and pressure aimed at pushing it to give up its nuclear and ballistic missiles programs.

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South Korea ’ s emphasis on transparency on Friday followed a series of statements opposing an armed conflict with the North . Although most South Koreans loathe the repressive regime in the North and its nuclear pursuit, they also are afraid that the South has more to lose in a war than the impoverished

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Kim Hyong Ryong, North Korea's Vice Minister of the People's Armed Forces, said at the Xiangshan Forum in Beijing that North Korea has worked to build lasting piece but that the situation has relapsed into a "dangerous, vicious cycle" of exacerbating tensions because of the actions of the U.S. and South Korean governments.

"Though it has been more than one year since the DPRK-U.S. joint statement was adopted, there is no progress in improving bilateral relations between the two countries, completely because of the U.S.' anachronistic, hostile policies against the DPRK," Kim said, referring to his country by the initials of its formal name, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.

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North Korea , officially the Democratic People' s Republic of Korea (DPRK or DPR Korea ; Korean : 조선민주주의인민공화국, Chosŏn Minjujuŭi Inmin Konghwaguk)

South Korea ’ s deputy national security adviser, Kim Hyun-chong, gave his upbeat assessment after meeting U . S . envoy for North Korea Stephen But North Korea has fired a series of short-range missiles since then, lambasting U . S .- South Korea joint military exercises and the adoption of new

He also accused South Korea of a "double-dealing attitude" in continuing to carry out military drills with the U.S. and buying advanced military equipment.

"Bearing in mind our firm will to safeguard peace in the region, the United States and the South Korean authorities must refrain from any actions disrupting the stability of the situation and come up with a new way for solving the problem," Kim said.

North Korea has conducted missile tests in recent months, including that of a submarine-launched ballistic missile, and broke off the latest working-level nuclear talks with the U.S. in early October.

Pyongyang's top negotiator for the talks blamed the U.S. for the breakdown and said Washington "brought nothing" to the negotiating table.

Pyongyang has so far stuck to a freeze in testing of nuclear weapons and intercontinental ballistic missiles that has been in place since 2017 and allowed for three meetings between its leader, Kim Jong Un, and U.S. President Donald Trump since last year.

North Korean state media reported last week on Kim Jong Un's visit to Mt Paektu, the spiritual homeland of the Kim dynasty, and that his aides are convinced the leader plans "a great operation," which experts say may signal a major shift in Pyongyang's stance towards the U.S. in the coming months.

Some analysts say possible North Korean actions could include another space launch or an intercontinental ballistic missile test.

(Reporting by Ben Blanchard; Writing by Se Young Lee; Editing by Muralikumar Anantharaman and Gerry Doyle)

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