Speaking at a conference on Monday, U.S. Special Envoy on North Korea Stephen Biegun said the administration was clear and unified in its position. She also said the North Korean leader will soon "clarify his position" on whether to continue talks or restart missile launches and nuclear tests.
She blamed the USA for the stalemate at the Trump-Kim summit in February, saying Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Adviser John Bolton "created the atmosphere of hostility and mistrust", TASS reports.
After the breakdown, critics called the meeting-which was the second time Trump and Kim met face-to-face-a "missed opportunity" to end the decades-long Korean war and pave a path for peace on the peninsula.
North Korea had conducted a number of rocket tests before and immediately after Trump took office, but Kim agreed to stop them after new dialogue with the US president.
"At this time, they (North Korea) are willing to reform and become more open, which requires sanctions being lifted, but they also need to show their willingness to denuclearize and are urging the US president to take action", he said.
Vice foreign minister Choe on Friday said the DPRK leader had been surprised by the U.S.'s "eccentric" position in the aftermath of the summit.
Despite this, Choe said, "personal relations" between Kim Jong Un and President Donald Trump are "still good and the chemistry is mysteriously wonderful". Following the meeting, Trump said the North had demanded full sanctions relief in return for dismantling a limited portion of its nuclear weapons program.
"It's the administration's desire that we continue to have conversations around this", Pompeo said.
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The Democratic People's Republic of Korea's (DPRK) is stepping up its diplomacy with Russian Federation following the Hanoi summit which halted without a deal with the United States, said Yonhap, after senior officials meeting in Moscow, discussing "a schedule of political contacts". "I have every expectation that we'll be able to continue to do that", Pompeo said Friday. "And following that we continued to have very professional conversations".
He did, however, offer no specifics on when any new summit might be arranged.
The threat comes after North Korea reassembled a missile engine test site in what analysts said was likely a signal of its anger over the summit's outcome. Hanoi was supposed to be the part of the same old story where the USA accepted a meager offer from North Korea and declared diplomatic victory, only to watch the North Koreans take back everything they "gave away" a few months later and demand fresh concessions to refrain from further provocations. "So that's Chairman Kim's word".
'What is clear is that the USA has thrown away a golden opportunity this time, ' she said.
Bolton told reporters outside the White House that he had seen the statement from the North Korean official and that "I think that's inaccurate".
Any launch would send the stuttering talks on denuclearisation into disarray, after the Hanoi summit broke up without agreement.
"On our way back to the homeland, our chairman of the state affairs commission said: 'For what reason do we have to make this train trip again?'" she said, in comments carried by the AP. "We need a total solution", he emphasized during a forum in Washington D.C., effectively passing the ball to North Korea.
The spokeswoman said the ministry had not confirmed why the North Korean officials decided not to attend.