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N. Korea demands security guarantees for nuclear talks

North Korea has always insisted that security guarantees would be necessary as part of any deal – but it has not generally demanded them as a precursor to negotiations.

16.9.2019

North Korea has always insisted that security guarantees would be necessary as part of any deal – but it has not generally demanded them as a precursor to negotiations.

North Korea on Monday demanded the United States provide security guarantees as a precondition to resuming deadlocked nuclear talks , dampening hopes for progress at a working-level dialogue expected in the coming weeks. Negotiations between Pyongyang and Washington have been gridlocked since a second

But hours later, Pyongyang carried out the latest in a series of weapons tests.

The director-general of the department of US affairs, who was not named, said in a statement carried by the official Korean Central News Agency that working-level talks were expected to be held"in a few weeks".

Pyongyang has also threatened to pull out of talks with Washington and has blasted senior US officials in recent months.

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