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North Korea has several launches in early May, including tests of short- range missiles. John Bolton's US Security Advisor has said that Pyongyang had violated the UNSC resolutions.
The Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said Monday, cited by Reuters, that Bolton was wrong in [his] "conclusions", stressing that "giving up missile tests "would mean" giving up the right to self-defense. "
A statement issued by the KCNA quoted on North Korean foreign ministry representative as saying that US National Security advisor Bolton is a" war fanatic ", according to a Reuters report. Moreover, Bolton is working to destroy peace and security, according to the KCNA statement, cited by Reuters. READ MORE: Possible Abe-Kim Summit to Help Solve North Korea Nuclear Issue – Bolton
On Sunday, US President Donald Trump downplayed the recent missile launches at Pyongyang, saying that "North Korea fired off some small weapons, which disturbed some of my people, and others, but not me". Trump said he had confidence that the country's leader would keep his promise to the Korean peninsula.
Since 2018, North Korea has been engaged in denuclearization talks with the United States. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump expressed his commitment to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula at their first bilateral meeting in Singapore last June.
The two leaders with for a second time in Vietnam in February. However, their talks came abruptly without any declaration or agreement when they reached consensus on each side was ready to compromise to secure a deal.
A spokesperson for the North Korean Foreign Ministry said on Friday that Pyongyang blames Washington for the failure of the Hanoi summit and refuses to summarize the United States changes its position on North Korea.
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