The Chief US envoy for North Korea told that “diplomacy is still very much alive ”,  with Pyongyang despite the summit had ceased to failure in the last month, but making alerted that Washington was observing the recent activities at the rocket launching site of North Korea guessing the planning of new launching by North Korea.

US Special Representative for North Korea Stephen Biegun told in a conference that although US President Donald Trump and Kim Jong, the North Korean leader bided on good terms after their 17-28 the Feb summit in Hanoi, and a huge miscommunication generated between the two global leader and North Korea required to present it was completely dedicated to leaving their programmes of nuclear weapon launching.

The US special representative for North Korea, Biegun emphasized on the US-directed approvals which Pyongyang wants to dribble, would stay in place until North Korea finished denuclearisation. He refused an enhancing approach sought by Pyongyang and told that relieving approvals for the restricted moves would prompt to sponsoring the weapon programs of North Korea.

As Begum told at the Carnegie  Nuclear Conference, the Center for Strategic and International Studies think tank emerged a new report on the activities at the Sohae rocket launch site of North Korea.

In the meantime of almost one year of diplomatic engagement with the United States, North Korea has cited a restraint on missile and the nuclear testing and space rocket launching in place since 2017. The US President has persistently emphasized this as a positive consequence of diplomacy.

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