Empty gesture?: North Korea to allow nuclear inspectors into test site
AFTER a “productive and wonderful” meeting with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Sunday, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un agreed to allow inspectors into a key nuclear testing site that Pyongyang said it destroyed in May. The reception Pompeo received and the positive reports coming from state media suggest the talks were more cordial than previous visits to the North Korean capital. As well as the agreement to admit nuclear inspectors, Kim and Pompeo also agreed to arrange a second summit between Kim and US President Donald Trump. They also discussed the possibility of the US monitoring North Korea’s pathway to denuclearisation. On Sunday, @SecPompeo held productive discussions with Chairman Kim Jong-un in #Pyongyang. They discussed the four elements contained in the U.S.-#DPRK Singapore Summit Joint Statement and discussed the upcoming second summit between @POTUS and Chairman Kim. pic.twitter.com/fGRRl3WKTh — Heather Nauert (@statedeptspox) October 7, 2018 Pyongyang invited...
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