On the 27th (local time), the U.S. State Department reaffirmed its support for inter-Korean dialogue regarding recent moves to improve inter-Korean relations.
However, he ordered North Korea to engage in dialogue without preconditions, avoiding immediate answers on the issue of declaring the end of the war or easing sanctions against North Korea.
Deputy spokesperson for the State Department, Jelina Porter, said in a telephone briefing on the same day that North Korea was sending signals to South Korea to improve relations, including the possibility of an inter-Korean summit.
When asked about the declaration of an end to the Korean War, he said, "We are prepared to meet with North Korea without preconditions.
"I think it's worth emphasizing that our goal of complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula remains the same," she said.
Deputy Spokesperson Porter said she did not immediately respond to questions about the adjustment or easing of sanctions against North Korea, but repeated her hopes that the United States was prepared to meet unconditionally and that North Korea would respond positively.
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