The US special envoy for North Korea on Thursday urged the Pyongyang government to provide a comprehensive statement on its nuclear and ballistic program saying that the United States had “measures” if the diplomatic channels were not enough.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday that North Korea has accepted the principle of a second summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un in February “in a place to be specified in Asia.”
“Before the denuclearization process is concluded, we must have a global vision of what North Korea’s weapons of mass destruction and ballistic weapons programs represent in a global declaration,” said Stephen Biegun, special envoy of the states. United States for North Korea.
“We need to reach an agreement on access and control by experts on key sites subject to international criteria to ensure the bottom line of the removal and destruction of fissionable materials, weapons, missiles, launchers and other weapons of mass destruction, “he said.
“We need safeguards if diplomatic procedures fail,” he added.