North Korean Cheerleaders Stir Controversy With Synchronized Routines

Moon to the North- president's office

North Korean Cheerleaders Stir Controversy With Synchronized Routines

The United States and South Korea have agreed to terms regarding further diplomatic engagement with North Korea, according to USA vice president Mike Pence who said that talks between Seoul and Pyongyang could eventually link Washington with the rogue nation.

Sputnik: What's your particular point of view on President Moon's statement that an early resumption of dialogue between the United States now on the north is needed for the development of the South- and North Korean relationship?

A North Korean art troupe returned home Monday after holding two rare performances in South Korea in celebration of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.

Kim Jong Un has invited South Korean President Moon Jae-in for talks between the two nations for the first time in a decade.

According to The Telegraph, Pence assured that "both of us reiterated to each other tonight that we will continue to stand strong and work in a coordinated way to bring maximum economic and diplomatic pressure to bear on North Korea". "But if you want to talk, we'll talk".

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So I think that makes it less likely that we will see a direct improvement of North Korea-US relations in the near-term future.

"The grievances that the world has about North Korea are very legitimate". Moon would irritate Trump if he accepts the invitation, while declining would make the US and South Korea appear "unreasonably bellicose", he said.

Critics of a preemptive military operation against North Korea said that in the haze of a strike, it may be impossible for North Korea to distinguish a limited strike from an all-out attack.

Vice President Mike Pence's communications director Jarrod Agen used a New York Times headline to highlight a distinct difference between North Korea and the United States on Sunday.

When asked about Pence's remarks to the Washington Post of a possible diplomatic opening between the two countries, the source said North Korea remains skeptical given that he appears to have spoken on his own, without co-ordination from the White House and State Department. Bloomberg has reported that the meeting which took place in the Presidential Palace was attended by the sister of the North Korean Dictator Kim Yo-Jong. We're less than an hours drive from Seoul.

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Past "charm offensives" have been interpreted as North Korea trying to recoup from crippling sanctions on their nuclear program, or trying to drive a wedge between Seoul and its USA ally. Notably, Pence refused to acknowledge the presence of the North Korean delegation, a reflection of the hard stance the USA was taking against Pyongyang.

The North's invitation, Manning said, apparently puts Seoul in a hard position, where it needs to prove its efforts will bear fruit.

The high-level delegation - which also included Chairman of the National Sports Guidance Committee Choe Hwi and chairman of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of the Country (CPRC) Ri Son Gwon - wrapped up a three-day visit to the South on Sunday.

By "snubbing" the North Korean delegation, Pence made himself and his treatment of the North Koreans the story.

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