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The Trump administration is urging patience on North Korea amid a flurry of developments this week that appear to offer conflicting portraits of the United States’s diplomatic efforts.
President Trump on Friday lauded the North’s return of service members’ remains from the Korean War, thanking North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for “keeping his word.”
The administration also touted the beginning of the destruction of a missile engine testing site as Pyongyang living up to the commitments Kim made at last months’ summit in Singapore.
The article goes on to state the following:
And while Secretary of State Mike Pompeo admitted to senators this week that North Korea is still producing the material necessary to make nuclear bombs, experts say that is something to be expected – and not necessarily a sign of faltering diplomacy – as bilateral talks develop.
The report continues:
Pompeo also attempted to assuage senators itching for answers, saying North Korea talks are a process of “patient diplomacy.”
“We’re engaged in patient diplomacy,” Pompeo said. “But we will not let this drag out to no end. I emphasized this position in the productive discussions I had with Vice Chairman Kim Yong Chol. President Trump remains upbeat about the prospects for North Korean denuclearization. Progress is happening.”
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