An agreement between North and South Korea to hold a summit and signals about possible talks between North Korea and the United States are stirring concern in Japan about its diplomatic nightmare - being left out in the cold
KCNA: "Tragedy is that the U.S. is still ignorant of the DPRKThe U.S. will have to face all the disasters to be caused by its reckless racket of aggression."
KCNA: "Asserting that the 'phase of thaw in frozen south-north relations' will end with the end of the Olympics, the U.S. is calling for kicking off the joint military drillsletting out such wild remarks that it cannot but enter the 'second phase' if sanctionsdo not work."
KCNA: "Witnessing the ill-minded behavior of the U.S. before and after the Winter Olympics, the international community has been seriously concerned about whether detente and dialoguemay continue even after the Olympics or not. Such concern has become a reality."
KCNA: "Such military moves for aggression of the U.S. which is crying for the resumption of joint military exercises with south Korea are a grave provocation aimed to deliberately deteriorate the situation of the Korean peninsula and again push it to the brink of war."
KCNA: "The U.S. is openly pushing ahead with its preparations for igniting a war of aggression in an attempt to reverse the atmosphere of detente on the Korean peninsula."
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On DPRK, "We have to find a dialogue. It's not easy but that's the way it has to be" says @SwedishPM "It's a very dangerous situation and we need all to be very concerned"
"We've been working on North Korea. Sweden has somewhat of a relationship with North Korea" says @POTUS
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Q: What do you owe this recent openness (by the DPRK) to talk? @POTUS: "Me."
"The sanctions (on DPRK) have been very, very strong and biting." says @POTUS
His country "will do whatever we can" for dialogue with the DPRK, @SwedishPM. "I believe that they trust us. We're a non-aligned country."
"We remain determined to achieve a denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, and there's been a lot of news on that today" says @POTUS "Hopefully it's positive. Hopefully it leads to a positive result"
Before the two leaders take questions they're reading prepared statements. @POTUS thanks Sweden for help in freeing Otto Warmbier from the DPRK=
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: Possible progress being made in talks with North Korea. For the first time in many years, a serious effort is being made by all parties concerned. The World is watching and waiting. May be false hope, but the U.S. is ready to go hard in either direction.
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KCNA: "The dark clouds of a nuclear war still hang heavily over the earth due to the U.S. invariable aggression ambition and nuclear war moves aimed at putting the world under its domination by force. As a result, humankind is still exposed to the danger."
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