Top security official says U.S.-N.K. talks may resume soon after talks with Biegun
SEOUL-- South Korean Deputy National Security Adviser Kim Hyun-chong said Thursday that he got an "impression" from his talks with the top U.S. envoy on North Korea that nuclear talks between Washington and Pyongyang may resume soon.
Kim met U.S. Special Representative Stephen Biegun hours after the North said it has no interest in dialogue as long as the allies keep up military threats against it in an angry reaction to the delivery this week of more F-35A stealth fighters to the South.
"The impression that I got (from the talks with Biegun) was that the dialogue between the North and the U.S. appears likely to unfold soon," Kim told reporters after the hourlong meeting. He did not go into detail about how he got the impression.
Source: Yonhap News Agency