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Pompeo in Pyongyang
입력 2018.07.06 (15:07) 수정 2018.07.06 (20:17) News Today
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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives in Pyongyang for follow-up discussion son denuclearization. The secretary has been in step with President Trump’s optimistic view that the Kim Jong-un regime is willing to dismantle its nuclear program.

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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is soon to arrive in Pyongyang for a two-day visit. It's his third trip to North Korea since taking office. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Pyongyang on July 6 Korea time for a two-day visit. It's his third trip to North Korea since taking office. The purpose of his visit is to discuss concrete denuclearization steps in line with the agreement reached at the Singapore summit. Drafting a list of all of North Korea's nuclear assets will be key, as some in the U.S. say that Pyongyang has been secretly expanding its nuclear facilities recently. Whether or not Pyongyang agrees to faithfully draft a list of its nuclear weapons, materials and facilities will serve as a barometer of how serious its intention to denuclearize is and will be directly linked to verification as well. Meanwhile, ABC News quoted the U.S. State Department as saying that the upcoming talks are only a new round of talks, and that it does not expect a blueprint out of the meetings. Analysts also say that Pompeo's refusal to provide a timeline for denuclearization and his tweet prior to his trip to Pyongyang regarding the so-called "final, fully verified denuclearization" indicate a softened approach toward North Korea's denuclearization. Sources say the U.S. secretary of state is visiting the North along with U.S. ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim and CIA official Andrew Kim. The U.S. secretary of state is visiting the North along with U.S. ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim and CIA official Andrew Kim.
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[Anchor Lead]

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives in Pyongyang for follow-up discussion son denuclearization. The secretary has been in step with President Trump’s optimistic view that the Kim Jong-un regime is willing to dismantle its nuclear program.

[Pkg]

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is soon to arrive in Pyongyang for a two-day visit. It's his third trip to North Korea since taking office. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Pyongyang on July 6 Korea time for a two-day visit. It's his third trip to North Korea since taking office. The purpose of his visit is to discuss concrete denuclearization steps in line with the agreement reached at the Singapore summit. Drafting a list of all of North Korea's nuclear assets will be key, as some in the U.S. say that Pyongyang has been secretly expanding its nuclear facilities recently. Whether or not Pyongyang agrees to faithfully draft a list of its nuclear weapons, materials and facilities will serve as a barometer of how serious its intention to denuclearize is and will be directly linked to verification as well. Meanwhile, ABC News quoted the U.S. State Department as saying that the upcoming talks are only a new round of talks, and that it does not expect a blueprint out of the meetings. Analysts also say that Pompeo's refusal to provide a timeline for denuclearization and his tweet prior to his trip to Pyongyang regarding the so-called "final, fully verified denuclearization" indicate a softened approach toward North Korea's denuclearization. Sources say the U.S. secretary of state is visiting the North along with U.S. ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim and CIA official Andrew Kim. The U.S. secretary of state is visiting the North along with U.S. ambassador to the Philippines Sung Kim and CIA official Andrew Kim.
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