Korea's leadership is ready to negotiate only with the Russian Federation,
because it does not trust anyone anymore. This
was stated by the coordinator of the group on relations with the Parliament of
the DPRK Kazbek Taysayev.
"They are ready for talks, for negotiations. But, of course, they do not believe anyone except Russia. I got the impression that here only Russia can be the guarantor of all these negotiations. Because you see how Americans behave. The heaviest war was in 1950-1953, then the Americans threw Americans on each bomb. And after that, too, permanent sanctions and so on. They consider America as a non-negotiable country, "Tisaev told RIA Novosti.
It is reported that the delegation of the State Duma headed by Taisaev was on a visit to Pyongyang, Russian parliamentarians held meetings in the DPRK Supreme People's Assembly with the Deputy Foreign Minister of the Democratic People's Republic of China Sin Hong Chol and the vice chairman of the Central Committee of the Labor Party, chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the DPRK Supreme Council Lie Su En .
North Korea conducted another launch of an unidentified ballistic missile on November 28. The ballistic missile was launched from the southern province of Pchelan to the east. In the DPRK they said that a new, launched ballistic missile could reach any goal in the United States.
US President Donald Trump said the need to increase the funding of the US government and the military, after the launch of the ballistic missile DPRK.
Also on Wednesday, November 29, US President Donald Trump discussed with Chinese leader Xi Jinping the imposition of additional sanctions against North Korea over the launch of a ballistic missile. Trump stressed the need for China to use all available levers to persuade North Korea to cease its provocations and return to the path of denuclearization.
Subsequently, Trump said that the Chinese envoy to the DPRK could not in any way influence the leader of North Korea Kim Jong-un, and US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that the United States urged China to reduce oil supplies to North Korea to force them to sit down at the negotiating table.