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NKorea says its diplomatic moves are not a sign of weakness

NKorea says its diplomatic moves are not a sign of weakness

NKorea says its diplomatic moves are not a sign of weakness

Tony Kim, whose Korean name is Kim San-duk, is one of three Americans North Korea is holding.

President Moon Jae-in of South Korea said Wednesday that he and President Trump could sit down for a three-way summit meeting with Kim Jong Un if their individual meetings with the North Korean leader on denuclearizing his country proceed well in the coming weeks. Sol Kim says he remains in the dark about why his father, a 59-year-old Korean American, was detained at Pyongyang airport last April after a monthlong stint teaching accountancy at a university in the North Korean capital.

A majority of American voters, 65 percent, said in a Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday that tensions between the US and North Korea will be resolved diplomatically, compared to 16 percent who think it will require military force.

Sol lives in California and is eager that their cases be discussed by the two sides, perhaps before the summit, slated for May.

"Such rubbish as "result of sanctions and pressure" ... spread by the hostile forces is just as meaningless as a dog barking at the moon", the commentary said. "It's a positive time". But it did highlight "a sign of change" in relations with Washington and a "dramatic atmosphere for reconciliation" with Seoul.

The peace initiative "is an expression of (North Korea's) self-confidence", it said.

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The commentary aims to counter a narrative in the West that North Korea was pressured into agreeing to talks, said Michael Madden, an analyst at the U.S. -Korea Institute at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.

In addition, 65 percent of respondents said they doubt North Korea will give up its nuclear weapons, which has been a key selling point for the Trump administration.

The editorial was toughly worded but stopped well short of some of the vitriol of previous North Korea propaganda.

Despite the fanfare around the upcoming US summit with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), some USA experts have minimal expectations for the event.

North Korean state media noted Tuesday a "sign of change" in the relationship between Washington and Pyongyang, but criticized claims that global pressure is driving the North's conciliatory behavior.

The South proposed sending a three-member delegation including chief delegate, Unification Minister Cho Myoung-gyon, to the border truce village of Panmunjom for talks Thursday next week to pave the way for the inter-Korean summit, the presidential Blue House said. The meeting will set the stage for talks between Kim and Trump.

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