Breaking news : Denuclearization talks may fall apart, North Korea tells U.S.

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Fears kick in after North Korea tells U. S. that Denuclearization talks may fall apart. North Korea official’s in a letter warned the United States of America of falling apart of the denuclearization talks. This was reported by CNN. CNN in the reports added that people are also familiar with this matter. From U. S government officials, the letter was delivered directly to Mike Pompeo, the U.S Secretary of State. In the letter,  North Korea commander in chief, Kim Jong Un said that his government felt that the denuclearization process would not work and that North Korea is considering to pull out if this talks.

According to cited sources by CNN,  U. S. A is not ready at any point to meet all North Korea expectations and that not at any instance is the U. S going to sign a peace treaty with North Korea. This according to U. S was a step forward for North Korea being an advantage to them during the talks. According to the U. S,  the 1950-1953 war ended in an armistice way rather than a peacefully treaty which on the other side left North Korea technically fighting the U. N.

Nevertheless, North Korea at a point doesn’t seem to let go of the pressure which exists on the Korean peninsula. The officials said that they see of this lowered tension ending with a state of war.  However,  U. S, on the other hand, have been so reluctant in letting go of the Korean war unit until after recently when North Korea abandoned their nuclear weapon Program. Just after the Washington DC official’s released the trip meeting which U. S President Donald Trump was attending, the letter was delivered and after few hours,  the trip was seized off.

According to CNN reports, this letter was sent by Kim Yong Chol, a North Korea’s spy agency. However, until now no one knows how this letter goes to Mike Pompeo, the U.S Secretary of State. However,  the letter also mentioned that at any point if any compromise could not be achieved and the talks crumbles, then North Korea would resume missile and nuclear and activities.