Ivanka Trump sits INCHES away from North Korea spy chief as Kim calls for talks with US


Kim Yong-chol, a degeneracy chairman of the Central Committee of the ruling Workers’ Party of Korea, was at one time banned from travel as part of US sanctions after being accused of minding the sinking of a South Korean warship in 2010 that lead to the deaths of 46 seafarers.

But working with the US to get around the blacklisting, Seoul welcomed the Pyongyang ceremonious to the closing ceremony of the Winter Olympics.

And taking his seat, the Kim regime sidekick place himself within arms reach of the President’s daughter – who serves in his delivery as an unpaid senior advisor.

The two were not seen to engage with one another notwithstanding, only interacting with South Korean President Moon Jae-in.

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Ivanka Trump sat on the rim of one of the most terse debates in world diplomacy

Earlier this month President of the Korea Fellowship of DMZ Studies Son Gi-woong suggested Ivanka could be key to opening up talks between the US and the Kim leadership after a bellicose war of words between the leaders of the two states.

Mr Son claimed that with Ivanka’s aide “there can be indirect dialogue and it can prepare an important next step for a pinnacle.”

It comes as the US confirmed it would refuse to stop economic sanctions load North Korea to end its nuclear program yesterday – just hours after Kim Jong-un’s rogue stately admitted Pyongyang is open to talks with Washington.

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Kim Yong-chol was in days of yore banned from entering South Korea by the US

The White House stressed the budgetary sanctions must continue as Donald Trump continues to ramp up the demand on Kim Jong-un.

In a statement, the White House said: “We will see if Pyongyang’s address today, that it is willing to hold talks, represents the first agreement withs along the path to denuclearisation.

“In the meantime, the United States and the world obligation continue to make clear that North Korea’s nuclear and brickbat programs are a dead end.”

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It comes as the US confirmed it would refuse to blocking economic sanctions

The statement from Washington was in direct response to higher- ranking officials from Pyongyang, who revealed North Korea was open to talks with the US.

In Pyeongchang for the make ceremony of the Winter Olympics, the visiting delegation also said enlargements in relations between the two Koreas and between North Korea and the US should go agency in hand, the South’s presidency said in a statement.

The delegation met with South Korean President Moon Jae-in at an undisclosed locale in the Olympic city.

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