The North Korean government does not want the US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, to continue to be the US representative in the nuclear talks and advocates having an interlocutor that is “more mature and more careful in communication”, according to the official North Korean agency KCNA.

Kwon Jong Gun, a head of the North Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, told the official North Korean agency that “nobody can predict” the situation on the Korean peninsula if the United States does not abandon it, “the root cause” that led Pyongyang to launch its nuclear programme.

The leaders of the United States and North Korea, Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, begun their second summit with a meeting and dinner in Hanoi to try to reach agreements on denuclearization but the meetings have not achieved concrete commitments and the dialogue between governments is maintained without a clear perspective to close a pact.

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