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KCNA: "There was an agreement on the issue of holding the working negotiation for the second DPRK-U.S. summit talks as early as possible, and relevant procedure-related issues and ways were also discussed."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un estimated that progress is being made in implementing the June 12 joint statement agreed upon at the first DPRK-U.S. summitHe expressed his gratitude to President Trump for making sincere effort to this end, asking Mike Pompeo to convey his regards to Trump."
KCNA: "He warmly welcomed the U.S. secretary of State's visit to the DPRK and spoke highly of him, recalling how he worked energetically for the historic DPRK-U.S. summit and the development of relations between the two countries while visiting Pyongyang several times."
KCNA: "Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Sunday received Mike Pompeo, secretary of State of the United States of America on a visit to the DPRK."
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US Department of State: In Seoul, @SecPompeo met with ROK President @moonriver365 and FM Kang to give a readout of his trip to Pyongyang. The Secretary briefed on his meeting with Chairman Kim, which included plans for a second U.S.-DPRK Summit and achieving the commitments of the Singapore Summit.
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had a good meeting with Chairman Kim today in Pyongyang. Progress made on Singapore Summit Agreements. I look forward to seeing Chairman Kim again, in the near future.
Pompeo announces progress after meeting with Kim Jong-un
KCNA: "The 'Liberal Korea Party' in south Korea is persistent in saying no to the ratification of the Panmunjom declaration at the 'National Assembly' Inevitable is the doom of the conservative forces going against the new history of national reconciliation and unity."
KCNA: "The international community is absolutely supporting the struggle of the Koreansand even hostile countries are welcoming it. But there are forces seeking inter-Korean confrontation and division among the Koreans. This is just a disgrace to the Korean nation."
KCNA: "Thanks to the bold decisions and will of the top leaders of the north and the south and much effort made by all Koreans, the seeds of reconciliation and peace sowed in the spring at Panmunjom are bearing rich fruit in the autumn."
KCNA: "The two armies and peoples of the DPRK and China fought in the same trench during the great Fatherland Liberation War. The DPRK-China friendship has developed down through generations without wavering in any trials and storms."
KCNA: "The flower garden of DPRK-China friendship is in full bloom under the deep care of the leaders of the two countries."
KCNA: "Historically the Korean and Chinese peoples have deepened the feelings of friendship and strengthened ties in the course helping with each other in the struggle against the imperialist aggressors."
KCNA: "Both sides expressed the willto develop the DPRK-China relationstrue to the intention of the top leaders of the two countries, and had an in-depth exchange of views onthe Korean peninsula which is positively developing thanks to the proactive efforts of the DPRK."
KCNA: "Vice-Minister Choe Son Hui, who is heading a delegation of the DPRK Foreign Ministry on a visit to China, had a DPRK-China negotiation in Beijing on Oct. 5 with Kong Xuanyou, special envoy of the Chinese government for the affairs of the Korean Peninsula."
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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he will coordinate closely with Japan during denuclearisation talks with North Korea and promises to raise the issue of the abductions of Japanese citizens in his meetings in Pyongyang
KCNA: "Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un received a message of greeting from Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad on October 2The message wished Kim Jong Un bigger progress, victory and success."
KCNA: "A delegation of the DPRK Foreign Ministry led by Vice-Minister Choe Son Hui left here on Thursday to attend the DPRK-China negotiation in Beijing and the DPRK-Russia negotiation in Moscow as well as the DPRK-China-Russia negotiation."
KCNA: "The U.S. should stop doing a self-contradictory act and make a correct choice conforming to the changed reality."
KCNA: "The U.S. loses patience, claiming that the denuclearization of the Korean peninsula is its goal but it blocks denuclearization of its own accord. We will never beg the U.S. to lift the sanctions as before. The U.S. will get nothing from the sanctions."
KCNA: "The U.S. invented the sanctions against the DPRK under unreasonable pretexts and tries to keep them at a time when the pretexts are removed. Its misbehavior is so brigandish and frivolous that the U.S. itself has difficulty in discerning which is true or false."
KCNA: "The U.S. is the very one that spawned the nuclear issue of the Korean peninsulaBy nature, sanctions over nuclear issue should be imposed upon the U.S., not the DPRK."
KCNA: "An event for celebrating the Foundation Day of Korea took place in front of the Mausoleum of King Tangun on WednesdayThey performed an ancestral sacrifice for Tangun."
KCNA: "Audience highly appraises it as the fantastic one peculiar in form and content. They are seized with jubilation, seeing the DPRK flag-raising ceremony and display of radiant letters'Long Live the DPRK' formed by one hundred and tens of drones in the nocturnal sky."
KCNA: "The Grand Mass Gymnastics and Artistic Performance 'The Glorious Country' for celebrating the 70th founding anniversary of the DPRK is going onattracting many people at home and abroad. Every day, the stadium is crowded with people, overseas compatriots and foreigners."
Q: KCNAsaid the U.S. was "spouting rubbish" by forcing North Korea to declare its inventoryMS NAUERT: Countries sometimes will say things that are more colorful than the U.S. will, and that's just fine. Q: Really More colorful than the President
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