The chief U.S. nuclear negotiator said Sunday that he looks forward to exploring initiatives including Seoul’s proposal for an end-of-war declaration and humanitarian support for North Korea.
The chief U.S. nuclear negotiator said he discussed an end-of-war declaration proposal with his South Korean counterpart Monday in Washington and will continue such talks in Seoul later this week.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi kicked off a two-day visit to Seoul Tuesday following North Korea's tests of long-range cruise missiles, an issue also being addressed by nuclear envoys from South Korea, the United States and Japan meeting in Tokyo.
The U.S. and Russian top nuclear envoys are visiting South Korea this week to discuss ways to get the North to return to the dialogue table in the midst of the ongoing Seoul-Washington summertime military drill.
The United States hopes that North Korea will respond positively to its offer “to meet anywhere, anytime, without preconditions,” its nuclear envoy said Monday in Seoul. Sung Kim, the U.S. special representative for North Korea, expressed that...
Despite the North Korean leader's sister throwing cold water on Washington's latest outreach efforts, the U.S. State Department stressed that it still maintains its offer to engage with Pyongyang without preconditions.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un signaled he is ready for “both dialogue and confrontation” on the eve of a visit by the new U.S. nuclear envoy to Seoul.
Noh Kyu-duk, a career diplomat serving as a presidential aide, was named Seoul’s new chief nuclear envoy Monday amid a transition in the U.S. administration expected to introduce a new team of negotiators for North Korea denuclearization talks.