new york - UN envoy Jeffrey Feltman has the feeling that he 'opens the door ajar'; has left for North Korea to find a solution in a diplomatic way. That said the UN envoy after informing the UN Security Council about his trip to the country.
Shortly after his visit, the UN issued a statement that the regime in Pyongyang agreed to hold regular consultations. Feltman says, however, that no commitments have been made by North Korea. 'Time will tell us what the impact has been of our conversations.' He spoke with, among others, the Minister of Foreign Affairs.
The US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said earlier on the day he wants to talk to North Korea without any further conditions. Previously, the Americans demanded that the handing in of nuclear weapons should be on the agenda anyway.