North Korea won't sit opposite US for sovereignty negotiations

North Korea won’t sit opposite US for sovereignty negotiations – KCNA

/ 07:01 AM November 30, 2023

North Korea won't sit opposite US for sovereignty negotiations – KCNA

Kim Yo Jong, sister of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un, arrives at the Vostochny Сosmodrome before a meeting of Russia’s President Vladimir Putin with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un, in the far eastern Amur region, Russia, September 13, 2023. Sputnik/Vladimir Smirnov/Pool via REUTERS

SEOUL — North Korea said it will never sit face-to-face with the United States for negotiations over its sovereignty, state media KCNA reported Thursday.

Kim Yo Jong, the powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and a senior official, ditched US criticism of North Korea’s recent launch of a reconnaissance satellite, saying it was Washington’s “double standards” and “high-handed and arbitrary practices” which dent regional peace and stability.

In another dispatch, KCNA said leader Kim inspected photos of a US naval base in San Diego and a Kadena air base in Japan, taken by a spy satellite.

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