Korea Expresses Confidence About Denuclearization

US nuclear envoy to arrive in S. Korea on Sunday

US nuclear envoy to arrive in S. Korea on Sunday

Nuclear envoys of the two countries met on Monday for the second time in a week. Asked about the Yonhap report, a spokeswoman for the U.S. State Department said it now had no meetings to announce.

She said the US remains committed to achieving the final, fully verified denuclearization of North Korea and the full enforcement of related UN Security Council resolutions is crucial to a successful outcome. "The US continues to have a smile publicly on its face, but in my discussion with US officials, they are very, very concerned or even angry about President Moon's North Korea policies", Bruce Klingner, a senior fellow at the conservative Heritage Foundation, told a group of reporters in Washington.

"And the primary requirement for us to get to the end point is to achieve final, fully, verified denuclearization of North Korea". "I am absolutely certain we can do this together".

Biegun's latest visit to Seoul has spawned speculation that he could have working-level talks with North Korean officials possibly at the border truce village of Panmunjom. He was speaking after arriving Sunday for meetings with South Korean officials including local counterpart, Lee Do-hoon - their second face-to-face talks in a week.

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The two are expected to have discussed the progress made so far on the high-level and working-level talks announced by Pyeongyang and Washington.

They are also likely to have touched on how sanctions fit into inter-Korean cooperation plans like building railroad connections and forestation - areas where those plans violate worldwide sanctions. and where there need to be exemptions. In September he joined top South Korean business executives, including Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee at Okryugwan restaurant, South Korean newspaper JoongAng Ilbo reported Monday.

Meeting with his South Korean counterpart in Seoul, Stephen Biegun said that Washington and Seoul have a shared goal of ending seven decades of hostility on the Korean Peninsula.

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