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A senior North Korean diplomat in charge of U.S. affairs said Saturday Pyongyang will hold talks with Washington "under the right conditions," raising the possibility bilateral contact amid U.S. President Donald Trump having expressed his willingness to meet with the North's leader. Choe Son-hui, director-general of the North America bureau chief of North Korea's foreign ministry, told reporters at the Beijing Capital International Airport that her country "will hold dialogue under right conditions" with the U.S. administration.
Choe led a North Korean delegation that met with a group of American experts, headed by Suzanne DiMaggio -- director of the U.S. think tank New America -- in Oslo, Norway, earlier this week, according to South Korean diplomatic sources.
U.S. President Donald Trump warned in an interview with Reuters in late April that a "major, major conflict" with the North was possible, but he would prefer a diplomatic outcome to the dispute over its nuclear and missile programs. Trump later said he would be "honored" to meet the North's leader, Kim Jong Un, under the right conditions.
originally posted by: DAVID64
a reply to: Ghost147
You know, after thinking about it....The liberal media is not being kind to Trump, to say the least. If they all go to the table and Trump is firm, they'll say he is wanting a war. If he gives a bit to de escalate the situation, they'll say he's weak Trump can't win with the liberal media. No matter what he does, they'll spin it.
originally posted by: 0racle
Trump has all the answers...
and all the cards
theyre all trump cards.
He wants his Kim jong signed so he can show it to his friends at White house dinner parties over his two scoops of ice cream.