The influential sister of the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un He said on Tuesday that Washington had “wrong” expectations regarding dialogue with Pyongyang and that it would face a great “disappointment,” state media reported.

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The comments of Kim Yo-jong they followed those of Jake Sullivan, the US president’s National Security adviser, who indicated that the North Korean leader’s reaction to Washington’s recent review of its approach to relations with North Korea they were an “interesting sign.”

The administration of US President Joe Biden promised a practical and balanced approach, based on diplomatic efforts, to convince impoverished North Korea to abandon its banned weapons and ballistic missile programs.

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In response, Kim Jong-un He said last week that Pyongyang should prepare for both dialogue and confrontation with the Americans.

Washington found these comments interesting, Sullivan told ABC News, adding that the US government “will wait to see if they are followed by some kind of more direct communication with us about a possible way forward.”

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However, Kim Yo-jong – a key advisor to her brother – seemed to want to dismiss the expectation of a forthcoming resumption of negotiations.

The United States appeared to be seeking “to feel good about itself,” it said in a statement released by the official KCNA news agency.

According to the leader’s sister, Washington has “wrong” expectations that would “plunge him into even greater disappointment.”

Meanwhile, the United States special representative for North Korea declared on Monday, during a visit to Seoul, that Washington was willing to meet with Pyongyang “wherever and whenever and without preconditions.”

Hours before Kim Yo-jong’s statement was released, US envoy Sung Kim met with the South Korean Unification Minister and reiterated the will of the Joe Biden government to speak with North Korea.

This weekend, Pyongyang admitted it was dealing with a food crisis, sounding alarms in a country with a dying agricultural sector and which has long struggled to meet its food needs on its own.

The shortage in North Korea was exacerbated by self-imposed isolation in the country to prevent the entry of the coronavirus and the decline in trade with China, its main economic sustenance.




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