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NKorea Official Calls US Efforts a 'Wild Dream'

NKorea Official Calls US Efforts a 'Wild Dream'
(AP)

Friday, 28 April 2017 03:42 PM

North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador says a solution to the standoff over his country's nuclear program will be possible when the United States withdraws its "hostile policy" toward the northeast Asian nation.

Kim In Ryong told The Associated Press on Friday that the government has declared that it will not attend "any type of talks which would discuss its nuclear abandonment."

He also rejected the U.N. Security Council meeting on the North Korean nuclear issue — which his country declined to attend — as "another abuse" of its authority, acting on instructions of the United States which is a veto-wielding member.

Kim said that "it is a wild dream for the U.S. to think of depriving the DPRK of its nuclear deterrent through military threat and sanctions."

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North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador says a solution to the standoff over his country's nuclear program will be possible when the United States withdraws its "hostile policy" toward the northeast Asian nation.
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