What North Korean Kim Jong-un said about President Joe Biden

What North Korean Kim Jong-un said about President Joe Biden 


 Kim Jong-un was one of the only foreign leaders who did not celebrate his victory in the presidential election of Joe Biden, but the top North Korean leader made several remarks suggesting his views. A few weeks before Biden took office, Kim Jong-un spoke at the Labor Party's General Assembly in Pyongyang, saying he was the "biggest enemy" of the United States, the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported. According to Reuters.

, "Our political activities abroad should be focused and redirected to conquer the United States, our greatest enemy and a major obstacle to our innovative development," according to Reuters, Kim said at the meeting. said. "Whoever holds power in the UK, the true nature of Great Britain and its fundamental policies toward North Korea never change. "

 In addition, KCNA said Kim said," The key to establishing a new relationship between [North Korea] and the United States is whether the United States withdraws hostile policies from North Korea. " The reality is that we can achieve peace And the prosperity of the Korean Peninsula as we constantly build national defense and oppress the United States. military threats. "According to 

 Reuters, Kim also criticized South Korea for tackling" non-basic "issues such as aid in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, and Seoul conducted military training and from U.

. He said he should stop buying military supplies. The Ministry of Unification of South Korea said, "The inauguration of the new US administration could be a good opportunity to improve US-North Korea relations." "

Kim previously met former President Donald Trump on three separate occasions, but their meetings did not end with a denuclearization deal or improving relations with the two countries.

A man watches TV screen showing news footage of leader North Korea's Kim Jong Un attends the 8th ruling Workers' Party congress held in Pyongyang, at a railway station in Seoul on January 6. At the meeting, Kim called "the U.his country's greatest enemy."  Jung Yeon-Je / Getty

Yoo Ho-yeol, a North Korean professor of studies at the University of Korea in Seoul, told Reuters after Kim's comments that "North Korea states that the window for cooperation is much, much smaller for the Biden administration. "

 In 2019, KCNA News Agency criticized Biden as a'rabies dog'and said it was showing signs of'the final stage of dementia'. "Before winning the presidential election, Biden spoke privately at the South Korean news agency, Yonhap in October, saying," I will participate in meaningful talks and continue to press for North Korea and the united Korean Peninsula, while working to unite North Korean Americans separated from North Korea for decades. "During the last Presidential debate, in October, Biden sharply criticized Kim, calling her a" criminal "but remarked that she would meet with North Korea's top leader" on the condition that she agree to be a dictator. "

 Biden did not directly mention North Korea or Kim Jong-il in his inaugural address, but in Trump's "American First "expressing change in the ideals," we will restore our alliance and rejoin the world to avoid facing yesterday's challenge. But today and tomorrow. "

Antony Blinken, Biden's secretary of state nominee, spoke about North Korea during a Senate confirmation hearing on Tuesday, saying," I think we have to review, and we intend to review, the approach and policy all towards North Korea. "

" This is a difficult problem that has plagued post-administration administration. And it's an unimproved problem, and in fact it's getting worse, "Blinken added. 

Newsweek asked the White House for comment, but responded in time for the release. 
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