The United States is ready for diplomatic cooperation with the DPRK to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula. White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan stated about this Sunday on ABC, the latter reported.
"Our policy towards North Korea is not aimed at hostility, it's aimed at solutions. It's aimed at ultimately achieving the complete de-nuclearization of the Korean Peninsula," Sullivan said.
"We believe that rather than all-for-all or nothing-for-nothing, a more calibrated, practical, measured approach stands the best chance of actually moving the ball down the field towards reducing the challenge posed by ... North Korea's nuclear program," he said.