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World Pompeo seeks faster progress with N.Korea after rockets

22:10  01 november  2019
22:10  01 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Friday that negotiations with North Korea were going too slowly after Pyongyang fired two more short-range projectiles.

Pompeo downplayed Thursday's launches themselves, saying they were consistent with previous moves, but called for more effort in nuclear negotiations.

"The progress has been far too slow," Pompeo told radio station KQAM in his home state of Kansas.

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"I'm hopeful that we can continue to work on this project and get a good outcome in the months ahead," he said.

a person holding a sign: Imagery of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un is seen on a giant television screen in Tokyo in August 2019 after news of a missile launch© Kazuhiro NOGI Imagery of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un is seen on a giant television screen in Tokyo in August 2019 after news of a missile launch The South Korean military said the projectiles flew 230 miles (370 kilometers) to the east in North Korea's first known test since October 2, when it carried out a provocative test of a submarine-launched missile.

President Donald Trump has met three times with Kim in hopes of sealing a potentially historic deal on ending North Korea's nuclear program.

But there has been little concrete commitment and North Korea walked out of working-level talks last month in Sweden.

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