North Korea’s official leadership reported at a meeting of the Central Committee of the ruling party’s Central Committee that the country should be ready for both dialogue and confrontation with the United States during Biden’s presidency.
In June of this year, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un appeared in public for the first time after a month-long absence and attended a meeting of the General Assembly of the Central Committee of the ruling North Korean Workers’ Party, according to News i, citing Sputnik news agency. .
In his remarks, he stressed that the readiness to confront in exchange for protecting the honor of the country and ensuring a peaceful atmosphere is very important.
During a meeting of the party’s Central Committee, Kim Jong Un announced his strategy for relations with Washington, noting that his country’s current policy is to move toward a new US administration led by President Joe Biden, the official North Korean news agency reported.
The North Korean leadership also called for a proportionate and decisive response and response to the rapidly changing situation, as well as firm measures to control the situation on the Korean Peninsula.
The North Korean leadership’s remarks about relations with the United States came after Pyongyang recently accused Washington of pursuing a hostile policy toward it. Biden had said he was only willing to meet with the North Korean leader if he could implement the nuclear disarmament process.
For now, the White House has said it will use “a practical approach” to its relationship with North Korea.