Wednesday, June 13, 2018

North Korea Media Reports: U.S. And North Korea Have Agreed To A Step-By-Step Process

Washington Post: North Korea says nuclear dismantling a ‘step-by-step’ process with U.S. rewards along the way

SEOUL — North Korea’s state-run media is framing the agreements reached at the Singapore summit as a “step-by-step” process intended to bring U.S. rewards in exchange for gradual moves by Pyongyang to dismantle its nuclear program.

The account Wednesday in the official Rodong Sinmun newspaper could signal the first rift with President Trump over the perceived way forward with the North’s leader, Kim Jong Un. The extensive and — by North Korean standards — speedy coverage also suggested an attempt to set the post-summit narrative of the vaguely worded declaration signed by Kim and Trump.

After Tuesday’s talks, Trump said no sanctions would be lifted until the rollback of the North’s nuclear capabilities reached “a certain point.” Trump gave no further details, but previous statements demanded that North Korea effectively eliminate its nuclear program before any U.S. concessions can be considered.

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WNU Editor: This man is going to be very in the coming months to make these "steps" possible .... Pompeo: The man for the job on North Korea (Katie Pavlich, The Hill).

More News On North Korean Media Reports That The U.S. And North Korea Have Agreed To A Step-By-Step Process

N. Korea says Trump recognizes phased, simultaneous actions for denuclearization -- Yonhap News Agency
North Korea: Trump agreed to 'step-by-step' approach to denuclearization -- The Hill
Trump agrees to 'step-by-step, simultaneous action,' says KCNA -- Nikkei Asian Review
Trump Kim summit: North Korean media celebrate meeting -- BBC
North Korea says Kim Jong Un has accepted President Trump's White House invite, asks Trump to visit Pyongyang -- NYDaily News

1 comment:

B.Poster said...

Just a few months ago they were threatening to anniahalate us. This is a vast improvement!!