November 15, 2018 13:30
North Korea has been telling its people that it will not give up nuclear weapons even after the inter-Korean summit in Pyongyang in September, according to the Radio Free Asia on Wednesday.
Jiro Ishimaru of Osaka-based AsiaPress International told RFA, "Even after Kim met with [U.S. President Donald] Trump, progress on a peace treaty has been slow. So Kim must feel the need to assure people domestically that he has no intention to let go of nuclear weapons."
North Korean propaganda media have been criticizing a new South Korea-U.S. working group that will review inter-Korean projects to see if they violate international sanctions.
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