North Korea's top leader urged the United States to reform its hostile policies as it did in Singapore
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) has called on the United States on Tuesday to remove its "hostile" policy. On Pyongyang or agreements made at a historic summit between the two top leaders in Singapore one year ago In the past, A blank sheet of paper.
The KCNA State Department's statement of similar warnings last week reflected the stalemate since the meeting. The second summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in Hanoi in February failed. Group meeting Hanoi has failed by US demands for North Korea's nuclear disarmament, and North Korea has demanded that all sanctions be lifted. .
The KCNA news agency said US and European unilateral policies would not be effective on the DPRK, To its precious sovereignty. Last week, Trump said he was expecting to meet Kim at some appropriate time.