North Korean authorities refuse to communicate with Washington. Joe Biden’s administration has been unable to reach Pyongyang through diplomatic channels for a month, Reuters reported.
Since mid-February, the White House has been trying to contact the North Korean authorities, but Pyongyang has ignored, a senior US administration source told the agency: “To date, we have not received a response from Pyongyang.”
A TOPNEWS source clarified that Washington wants to discuss the North Korean nuclear program, and the silence of the other side worries the American authorities on the eve of the visit of the US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken and the head of the Pentagon Lloyd Austin to South Korea and Japan next week.
The source suggested that active dialogue between the two countries, apparently, has not been conducted for over a year.
At the same time, Joe Biden during the election campaign called the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un a bandit, and he at the January VIII Congress of the North Korean Workers’ Party called the United States the main enemy of the DPRK.