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The US Hopes To Reach A Nuclear Deal With North Korea


According to VNA , US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on April 29 that he still hoped that the United States would reach a nuclear deal with North Korea, even though the current negotiation process between the two sides was at a standstill.

"We still hope to find a door to negotiating a solution that will bring good results for both Americans, Koreans as well as people around the world."
Pompeo said.

Earlier on the same day, responding to Fox News, Pompeo mentioned the risk of a food shortage or famine in North Korea due to the outbreak of COVID-19.

Pompeo said the United States was overseeing all possible risks because they could substantially impact North Korea's denuclearization mission.

In March, Christopher Ford, Assistant Secretary of State for International Security and Non-Proliferation, also affirmed that the country was ready to resume talks with North Korea as soon as possible and hoped to receive feedback. in Pyongyang.

Although US President Donald Trump and North Korean President Kim Jong-un have met three times, the non-nuclear talks between the two countries have been stalemate due to differences in North Korea's non-nuclear size while the US do not accept concessions.

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