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N. Korea may 'reconsider' summit with U.S. Updated: 2018-05-16 14:03:29 KST

North Korea is apparently also thinking of calling off the planned summit with the United States next month.
According to the North's state-run news agency, Pyongyang's Vice Foreign Minister Kim Kye-Gwan said that the North will no longer have an interest in talks with the U.S. and will have to reconsider going ahead with them if Washington continues to, in his words, "force" the regime's unilateral nuclear disarmament.
He also criticized U.S. National Security Advisor John Bolton's talk of a so-called "Libyan model" for North Korea's denuclearization, saying it's a "highly sinister attempt" to impose on the North the fate of Libya and Iraq
Kim's remarks came just hours after the North called off today's planned high-level talks with South Korea.
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