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    Washington: We do not rule out direct dialogue with North Korea

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    Post by Rocky Tue Oct 17, 2017 6:48 pm

    Washington: We do not rule out direct dialogue with North Korea
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    Follow-up / Sky Press: "N"

    US Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan said Tuesday that the United States does not enslave the possibility of direct talks with North Korea in the end.

    "We do not rule out the possibility of direct talks in the end," Sullivan said after a brief meeting with his Japanese counterpart Shinsuke Sugiyama.

    Sullivan, according to the agency "Reuters", that the United States focused on diplomacy with North Korea, but must also be prepared for the worst.

    Sullivan will travel to South Korea after his visit to Japan. The visit comes ahead of an expected tour by US President Donald Trump to the region next month, and comes amid growing tension amid concerns over nuclear and missile tests of North Korea.

    Last month, US President Donald Trump called on UN member states to step up pressure on North Korea to force it to abandon its nuclear weapons and used his speech before the world body to talk about what he called "the greatest global challenge."

    North Korea's nuclear and missile tests have recently escalated global tension and prompted the UN Security Council to impose several rounds of international sanctions.




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