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The US says it has “no hostile intent” toward North Korea and remain open to talks

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Relations between the United States and North Korea: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has accused US President Joe Biden’s government of following a hostile approach against his nuclear-armed country.

The United States said Wednesday it bears “no hostile intent” towards North Korea and remains open to the idea of negotiations after Kim Jong Un called the offer “no more than a petty trick.”

Kim has accused US President Joe Biden’s administration of adopting a hostile approach toward his nuclear-armed country, even though Biden’s administration has repeatedly offered to meet with North Korean officials without restrictions.

“The United States harbors no hostile intent toward the DPRK,” a State Department spokesperson said in a statement.

“Our policy calls for a calibrated, practical approach that seeks serious and sustained diplomacy with the DPRK to make tangible progress that increases the security of the United States, our allies, and our deployed forces.”

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