South Korea expressed readiness to facilitate the dialogue between the United States and the DPRK

The South Korean authorities expressed readiness to assist the dialogue between the United States and North Korea, despite Pyongyang warning that it sees no need for U.S.-North Korean negotiations.

"Invariable is the stand of the government (South Korea) to make efforts for the early convening of the North Korean-us dialogue aimed at denuclearization and building enduring peace on the Korean Peninsula", - quotes Agency Renhap the statement of the representative of the South Korean Ministry of national unification.

Two days ago, the Central Telegraph Agency of Korea gave Pyongyang the statement of the first Deputy foreign Minister of the DPRK Choi sung Hee about the fact that North Korea has no need to engage in dialogue with the United States that is used by Americans to solve internal political problems.

In 2018 we have held three meetings at the highest level between the leaders of the DPRK and the United States - Kim Jong-UN and President Donald trump, however, neither denuclearization nor in ending the formal state of war between the two countries, no progress was made. It led to the cessation of cooperation and contacts between the DPRK and South Korea, which were simultaneously developing with the establishment of North Korean-American relations.

After the Korean war of 1950-1953 between those who fought under the UN flag by U.S. troops on the one hand and the DPRK was signed a ceasefire agreement and all subsequent attempts of Pyongyang to seek a Treaty of peace was not a success. The creation of its own nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles in North Korea has not helped the problem, though trump and promised Kim Jong Ynu to bring an end to the war.