SEOUL/TOKYO, July 7 (Reuters) – North Korea said on Saturday its resolve to give up its nuclear programs may falter after talks with the United States in Pyongyang, contradicting Secretary of State Mike Pompeo who lauded progress made on nearly all key issues.

The contrast between Pyongyang and Washington cast a cloud over future negotiations, raising questions over whether the North is committed to abandoning the nuclear programs it has developed for decades and sees as key to its survival.

via N. Korea says resolve for denuclearization may falter but Pompeo lauds progress – AOL News

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