NORTH KOREA & UNITED STATES HELD UNOFFICIAL MEETING IN S’PORE

The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) and the United States had an unofficial meeting on Monday in Singapore.

According to PRC Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying, China supports the DPRK and the United States in bettering bilateral ties. Hua said: "We welcome increased mutual understanding and trust through dialogue and contact, which jointly work for the stability of the Korean Peninsula and forge ahead the process of the denuclearization."

DPRK's chief nuclear negotiator Ri Yong Ho held an unofficial meeting with former U.S. senior officials and experts including former U.S. special representative for DPRK policy Stephen Bosworth on the current situation on the Korean Peninsula Monday in Singapore.

The closed-door meeting came after the United States rejected the proposal by the DPRK that it stands ready to suspend its nuclear tests if the United States suspends its annual joint military exercises with the Republic of Korea (ROK).

The United States has obviously downplayed the importance of the meeting, with its embassy in Singapore saying that the U.S. government was not involved.

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