SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says he will give the U.S. until the end of the year to make a "courageous decision" on stalled nuclear talks, warning of "very bleak and very dangerous" consequences if Washington does not change its approach.
Speaking to a session of North Korea's rubber-stamp parliament, Kim also said he is open to meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump "one more time," but only if the U.S. changes its attitude, according to North Korean state media.
Trump this week said he is considering another meeting with Kim, but insisted the U.S. will not relax sanctions until North Korea gives up its nuclear arsenal.
Officials attend the 14th Supreme People's Assembly of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea held at Mansudae Assembly Hall in Pyongyang, April 11, 2019.
Kim said his relationship with Trump remains "excellent." But he said the failure of the Hanoi summit raised doubts about talks with the U.S. and whether the Washington is really interested in improving relations.
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