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North Korea is willing to hold talks with the United States, South Korea's Blue House says after the president meets with Pyongyang's representative on the sidelines of the Olympic closing ceremony
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KCNA: "As we have stated on numerous occasions, we will consider any type of blockade an act of war against us, and if U.S. has indeed the guts to confront us in 'rough' manner, we will not necessarily take the trouble to stop it."
KCNA: "Trump group's attempt itself to threaten us by such sanctions or wild remarks only reveals its ignorance about us. We came to possess nuclear weapons, the treasured sword of justice, in order to defend ourselves from such threats from the United States."
KCNA: "Trump has announced new sanctions, the core of which is to completely block the DPRK's maritime trade with other countries, and he openly threatened us by making wild remarks that if the said sanctions do not work, 'very rough phase 2' will be operated."
KCNA: "However, on the eve of closing of the Olympics, United States is running amok to bring another dark cloud of confrontation and war over the Korean peninsula by announcing enormous sanctions against the DPRK."
KCNA: "Respected Supreme Leader Comrade Kim Jong Un affirmed his will in his New Year Address to make strenuous efforts to improve inter-Korean relations, create a peaceful environment on the Korean peninsula and ensure a successful holding of Phyongchang Winter Olympics."
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KCNA: "The U.S. will have to pay dearly for stupid and wild vituperation."
KCNA: "We will never have face-to-face talks with them even after 100 years or 200 years. This is neither an empty talk nor any threat."
KCNA: "Trump, who is taking such bete noire as Pence under his wings, should be well aware that we will never beg for dialogue in any case and, particularly, have no dealings with those viciously slandering the dignity of our supreme leadership and government."
KCNA: "Pence will have a wearing time, witnessing what quagmire his crazy remarks threw the U.S. and himself into."
KCNA: "What is more intolerable is that he dared to describe the first vice department director of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea, who attended the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics, as 'center of vicious government' or 'pillar of oppressive government'."
KCNA: "The Trump group is going frantic with the anti-DPRK smear campaign, much upset by the daily-increasing climate of the improvement of inter-Korean tiesPence said at a conservative group meeting in Maryland Statethat an era of strategic patience for the DPRK ended."
KCNA: "A high-level delegation of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea headed by Kim Yong Chol, vice-chairman of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea, will visit south Korea to participate in the closing ceremony of the 23rd Winter Olympics."
China foreign ministry says it opposes unilateral sanctions imposed by US on DPRK shipping and vessels that target Chinese individuals and entities and warns such mistaken actions could harm cooperation.
KCNA: "The DPRK's nuclear weapons are targeted against the U.S. and if the U.S. shows even the slightest sign of provocation, the whole U.S. mainland will face resolute and merciless nuclear blow."
KCNA: "It will be enough to provoke laughter to think that the DPRK built the nuclear force and even have had access to the inter-continental ballistic missile, risking everything just to put palm-size south Korea only under its nose under control."
KCNA: "The DPRK's state nuclear force never targets the fellow countrymen as it is the strategic asset common to the nation for guaranteeing the peace and security on the Korean peninsula."
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