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08 December 2018, 11:15 | Devin Moran
Kim Jong-un led the testing of a newly developed tactical weapon last month
He suggested the meeting could happen in January or February and that the U.S. could continue to enforce the economic sanctions it imposed on North Korea over its weapons program.
"North Korea has a big job to do".
The North Korea official "achieved a self-reliant military line and actively contributed to the modernization of North Korea's defense industry", Choe said.
People lie, satellite images don't-hence why the US and South Korea are closely monitoring a new suspected missile site near North Korea's central border with China.
North Korea media reported Kim died of a chronic disease.
Hwang Pyong So, one of Kim Jong Un's top aides, was not present at the funeral, but a South Korean government official who spoke to South Korean paper Segye Ilbo said his absence does not hold "major significance".
The Singapore summit, while historic in terms of who came to the table, produced a vaguely worded agreement to "build a lasting and stable peace regime" and for North Korea to "work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula".
The Trump administration has also continued to insist on the elimination of North Korea's ballistic missile programs upfront - a nonstarter for a nation that remains deeply suspicious of the outside world and would never leave itself strategically vulnerable simply for the promise of economic gain. North Korea is now seeking security guarantees from the USA and relief from the worldwide sanctions. His administration has also repeatedly claimed progress in talks with North Korea, citing the lack of nuclear and ballistic missile tests since the country launched its Hwasong-15 intercontinental ballistic missilein November of previous year.
In October, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met Kim Jong-Un in Pyongyang to verify that the Punggye-ri nuclear test site had been "irreversibly dismantled".
Washington and Pyongyang had been locked in a diplomatic standoff for weeks over which side would make concessions first.
In 2000, the United States sought access to this and other missile bases as part of an agreement to end North Korea's missile program - and was rebuffed by Kim Jong Un's father, Kim Jong Il. "The layout of the new buildings bears a significant resemblance to the older headquarters area at Yeongjeo-dong".
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