Response From North Korea To Biden
Ministry of Foreign Affairs in North Korea said in a statement that recent statements from Washington indicate that Joe Biden intends to pursue “hostile politics”.
On the other hand, the harshest response to Biden’s words came from Kim Jong-un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong.
Kim Yo Jong, who is also a senior government official, criticized South Korea, the US’s number one ally in the region, and said:
“Those who fled to South Korea sent balloons with money inside to North Korea.” This is not acceptable. The moves made by human waste in the South pose a serious threat to our country and our response will be heavy. ‘
During the week, Biden said North Korea’s nuclear program was a “serious threat” to global security.
Spokesperson Jen Psaki also said that the review of US policy was complete and Biden learned from the experiences of four past administrations that tried and failed to abandon North Korea’s nuclear program.
“Our policy will not focus on making a big bargain or rely on strategic patience,” said Psaki, saying instead that the United States would make progress in enhancing the security of its allies while adopting a “calibrated approach to diplomacy and experimentation.”
The US is expected to invite Japanese and South Korean national security advisers to Washington in the near future.
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