The South Korean Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday that Chief Nuclear Negotiator Kim Jun, Special Representative for Peace and Security Affairs on the Korean Peninsula, met with Swedish Foreign Minister Jan Knudsen in Stockholm. Both countries on North Korea’s denuclearization. .
According to its English-language edition of South Korea’s Yonhap news agency, Jan stressed the need to better inform the international community of the grave human rights situation in North Korea.
South Korea affirmed the special responsibility of the permanent members of the UN Security Council, “the United States, Russia, France, China and the United Kingdom” over North Korea’s nuclear weapons development, including the development of new types of nuclear weapons. Intercontinental ballistic missile.
“Proliferation” to build nuclear weapons
Hong Joon Kook, Seoul’s ambassador to the United Nations, told an open session of the UN Security Council that Pyongyang was the only party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty that benefited from developing nuclear weapons.
In a letter to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Chinese President Xi Jinping expressed his willingness to strengthen strategic ties with Pyongyang, Yonhap news agency reported.
Ping also expressed Beijing’s readiness to raise bilateral relations to a higher level through strategic contacts and joint guidance to improve bilateral relations.
BING: “Beijing” and “Pyongyang” maintain friendly relations
The North Korean Central News Agency said Chinese President Xi Jinping’s April 12 message came in response to the North Korean leader’s March 10 message in which he congratulated him on his election as China’s president. Third term.
Chinese President Xi Jinping pointed out that despite the radical and complex changes in the international and regional security situation, the two countries are maintaining their traditional friendly relations and working to improve them.
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