US: Ready to Engage with North Korea after Missile test

Despite the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) testing a long-range cruise missile in an apparent warning to the United States, the US remains ready to engage in diplomacy with North Korea.

Principal deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said, “Our position has not changed when it comes to North Korea, we remain prepared to engage,”. 

Whereas, On Monday, North Korea’s state media announced that it had conducted successful tests of a new long-range cruise missile, which analysts believe could be the country’s first nuclear-capable weapon.

Meanwhile, nuclear envoys from Japan, the US, and South Korea met in Tokyo on Tuesday to discuss how to rein in North Korea’s missile and nuclear programs, a day after Pyongyang announced a new long-range missile test.

South Korea’s foreign ministry said, “dialogue and diplomacy were urgent to accomplish the complete denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula”.

South Korea and the US also discussed measures to engage Pyongyang, including the prospect of collaborating on a humanitarian initiative in North Korea, according to South Korea’s foreign ministry.

Notwithstanding the missile test, US President Joe Biden’s administration has stated that it is still willing to engage with Pyongyang but has so far shown no willingness to ease sanctions.

North Korea’s nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs have prompted international sanctions, and the three countries have been discussing methods to end the standoff.

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