Ministry of Unification “Cooperation and consultation from the early stages of US policy reexamination”

Foreign Minister Eui-yong Eui-yong (the Orn tribe) is in a meeting with US Secretary of State Tony Blincoln in London on the 3rd (local time). 2021.5.3/News 1

The Ministry of Unification announced on the 4th that officials of our government have “closed cooperation and consultation” since the early stages of the US government’s reconsideration of North Korea policy.

An official from the Ministry of Unification said in a meeting with reporters on that day, “Consultations between (the US side) and related agencies within the government were held frequently,” he said.

The official said, “Please understand that the position of the government, not the Minister of Foreign Affairs,” when Foreign Minister Eui-yong Eui evaluated that the review of the US policy toward North Korea was’determined in a realistic direction’ at a meeting with US Secretary of State Tony Blincoln the day before did.

“The result of the Joe Biden administration’s review of North Korea policy has been decided in a realistic and practical direction,” said Jung, who is visiting London, UK to attend the meeting of foreign affairs and development ministers from seven major countries (G7). said.

After President Biden took office in January this year, the U.S. government reexamined the policy toward North Korea pursued by the previous administration in order to establish a new policy toward North Korea to resolve the North Korean nuclear issue, and on the 30th of last month, it declared its’complete’.

The US government is expected to release details of the results of the North Korean policy review in the near future.

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An official from the Ministry of Unification said, “The Panmunjom Declaration that North Korea will not create tensions on the Korean Peninsula and work together to establish a peace” (2018). April 27) and the’Pyongyang Joint Declaration’ (September 19, 2018), he said, “We must respect the purpose of the agreement between the (North and South) leaders and participate in the effort to advance peace.”

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