"I sincerely hope that the motivating force to overcome all obstacles between the DPRK and the United States and to advance bilateral relations in a better direction will be provided on the basis of close relations," said the long-time diplomat in a statement issued by the State KCNA news agency, using the abbreviation for North Korea's official name – Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
North Korean diplomats say they have cut off those talks because of what they have described as US intransigence. The State Department disagreed, saying the two sides had a "good discussion". Unlike its predecessors, Trump has taken a bottom-up approach to nuclear talks with North Korea in the hope of solving an emerging problem. successive US administrations.
Kim Kang Guang echoed these sentiments in her statement, saying: "The problem is that contrary to the political judgment and intent of President Trump, the Washington political circles and the DPRK politicians are hostile to the DPRK for no reason. occupied with the mentality and ideological prejudice of the Cold War.
"There is a will, there is a way. We want to see how reasonable the United States will be at the end of the year. "
" Hatchpot of no national character "
The comments were published after Kim Jong-un ordered the demolition of all buildings erected by South Korea on Kumgan Mountain, a tourist area that once received visitors
The project attracts millions of dollars in investment from South Korean companies such as Hyundai Asan, an important source of revenue for North Korea, which was halted in 2008 when a South Korean tourist was shot dead by North Koreans after entering a war zone.
He ordered all structures erected by South Korea to be restored to" meet our own feelings and aesthetic taste. "
Hyundai Assan said in a statement that he was" confused by this sudden announcement " , but will "respond calmly."
The South Korean Ministry of Unification also responded on Wednesday, saying it was prepared to speak with North Korea "at any time to protect South Korea's property rights in the resort and to facilitating the resumption of tourism. "