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Pompeo: "Yep, the road ahead will be difficult and challenging, and we know critics will try to minimize the work that we've achieved. But President Trump and I believe that peace is worth the effort. And that's something that we all want."
Pompeo on CVID versus FFVD: "Folks can try and parse words should they choose to do so. What's most important is what the North Koreans understandthe demands that the world is making of North Korea it's unmistakable. I've been very clear with them."
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Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj met South Korean President Moon Jae-in, in Delhi.
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KCNA: "The audience was admired by the benevolent image of the President who restlessly visited a number of villages and families all over the country, always being on a people-bound train all his life, and took good care of the people as their real father would do."
KCNA: "A Korean documentary film 'Our Leader' was screenedon Sunday, the 24th anniversary of demise of President Kim Il Sung The film deals with the revolutionary career and feats of the President who made great contributions to the human cause of independence."
Pompeo urges North Korea's Kim to follow Vietnam's example
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Constructive meeting with Japan's FM @konotaromp today to discuss the US - Japan alliance, the cornerstone of regional stability, and maintaining maximum pressure on the DPRK [email protected]
KCNA: "They noted that the President is a peerlessly great man as he founded the immortal Juche idea and clearly indicated the way for the popular masses to carve out their destiny with its brilliant rays."
KCNA: "Members of the Socialist Women's Union of Korea held a symposium on the greatness of President Kim Il SungSpeakers said that the President is a gifted thinker-theoretician, prominent politician, outstanding strategist and tender-hearted father of the people."
KCNA: "Agricultural workers had a poem-reciting event on July 5 on the occasion of the 24th anniversary of demise of President Kim Il Sung. The performers praised the President in their poems and songs."
KCNA: "The boundless reverence of the world people for the President is an eruption of their ardent emotion to uphold him as the eternal sun."
KCNA: "Kim Il Sung was not only the father of the Korean nation, but also a peerlessly great man revered by the world people as the sun of humankind. It can be well evidenced by the fact that a number of books, articles and poemshave been created by the people of the world."
KCNA: "Profoundly discussed at the talks held in Pyongyang from July 6 to 7 were all issues arising in sincerely implementing the joint statement adopted and made public at the historic DPRK-U.S. summit meeting and talks."
KCNA: "A delegation of the United States of America led by State Secretary Mike Pompeo left here Saturday after finishing the DPRK-U.S. high-level talks."
KCNA: "Senior officials of the Party, government and army paid tribute to the statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il. They made bows to Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il in the hall where they lie in state."
KCNA: "Laid before the statues of Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il were a floral basket in the name of the respected Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un."
KCNA: "Senior officials of the Party, government and army visited the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun at 00:00 on Sunday, the 24th anniversary of demise of President Kim Il Sung."
KCNA: "We still cherish our good faith in President Trump. The U.S. should make a serious consideration of whether the toleration of the headwind against the wills of the two top leaders would meet the aspirationsof the world people as well as the interests of its country."
KCNA: "Should the headwind begin to blow, it would cause a great disappointmentto the international society aspiring after global peaceIf so, this will finally make each side seek for another choice and there is no guarantee that this will not result into yet another tragedy"
KCNA: "If the U.S., being captivated in a fidget, tries to force upon us the old ways claimed by the previous administrations, this will get us nowherethis would rather cast a heavy cloud over the atmosphere of developing bilateral relations which had shown its goodbeginning"
KCNA: "The U.S. is fatally mistaken if it went to the extent of regarding that the DPRK would be compelled to accept, out of its patience, the demands reflecting its gangster-like mindset."
KCNA: "In the last few months, we displayed maximum patience and watched the U.S. while initiating good-will steps as many as we can. But, it seems that the U.S. misunderstood our goodwill and patience."