U.S. Vice President Mike Pence stated U.S. readiness to negotiate with North Korean authorities. DPRK should first cancel the nuclear program.
U.S. will continue putting pressure on the North Korea, but is ready to negotiate, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence said, Correspondent.net reports quoting RIA News.
“The campaign on putting most pressure will continue and will be more intensive. But if you want to speak, we will speak”, he said during interview with Washington Post.
Pence was asked what measures Pyongyang need to undertake in order U.S. starts calling off sanctions. “I do not know. That is why we need negotiations”, U.S. Vice President responded.
U.S. official position consists in the fact DPRK should initially refuse from the nuclear and missile programs, and then Washington will agree to negotiate.