"This will be Americans coming in - private sector Americans, not the USA taxpayer - private sector Americans coming in to help build out the energy grid", he said.
North Korea's nuclear weapons should be dismantled and sent to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee if Kim wants to see a relaxation of sanctions, John Bolton said during an interview on ABC's "This Week" on Sunday. Pompeo said: "We will have to provide security assurances, to be sure".
WASHINGTON-A former senior US diplomat from the Obama administration said that President Trump's recent decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal would not adversely affect USA negotiations with North Korea, contrary to the opinion of many of Trump's critics. Pompeo met with Kim last week in North Korea, helping set the stage for Trump's historic meeting with Kim in Singapore on June 12. Kim Il-sung is the late North Korea founder.
In the United States said that it would help the DPRK to solve its economic problems if the North Korean regime would renounce nuclear weapons.
"There is not a single global agreement North Korea has signed which it has not blatantly violated and cheated in history, so why are we not questioning North Korea for not following through with its numerous treaty obligations?"
Still, despite fears of a possible drift in the alliance, Stephen Nagy, a senior associate professor at Tokyo's International Christian University, said that Pompeo and others administration officials' comments "reflect the core mission related to denuclearization of the North, not broader geopolitical strategic objectives that when taken into consideration necessarily include Japan's interests".
"We can create conditions for real economic prosperity for the North Korean people that will rival that of the South", he added. "They are in great need of agricultural equipment and technology", he said on CBS' "Face the Nation" on Sunday.
I would also say the following. I think we need to look at their chemical and biological weapons programs as well.
Abe will also press Trump to bring up the abduction issue during his meeting with Kim.
And Wang said the ruling Chinese Communist Party is likely to continue imposing United Nations sanctions imposed last December, despite a recent rapprochement between President Xi Jinping and Kim Jong Un.