The denuclearization of North Korea remains the central issue of any new US foreign policy.
The US State Department spokesman Ned Price said that denuclearization is a vital issue and always will be at the centre of the US policy towards the communistic regime. Talking to the press on Thursday, Mr Price added that the country’s policy review will soon be concluded.
According to the State Dept’s spokesman, any US policy toward Pyongyang will be executed in “lockstep” with key US allies in the Asian Pacific region, South Korea and Japan. Asked if Washington will publish the outcome of its policy review, Ned Price said that “is coming to a conclusion.”
“I wouldn’t want to prejudge the conclusion of any ongoing review, but we have said that denuclearization will remain at the center of American policy towards North Korea,” Price added.
The United States also know that any approach to North Korea, in order to be effective, will be one that the White House will have to execute in lockstep with its close allies, MEMO reported.