SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea said it may reconsider holding a summit with the United States if Washington continues to unilaterally insist on North Korea giving up its nuclear program, the North’s state media said on Wednesday.
Citing first vice minister of foreign affairs Kim Kye Gwan, North Korea’s central news agency also said the fate of the U.S.-North Korea summit as well as bilateral relations “would be clear” if Washington speaks of a Libya-style denuclearization for the North.
The statement added U.S. President Donald Trump would remain as a “failed president” if he follows in the steps of his predecessors.
Reporting by Christine Kim and Cynthia Kim; Editing Michael Perry
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