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The three leaders met to discuss Pompeo’s recent visit to Pyongyang. By CAITLIN DOORNBOS | STARS AND STRIPES Published: July 8, 2018 TOKYO, Japan — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is sticking with a positive assessment of his talks in Pyongyang despite North Korea calling American denuclearization requests “gangster-like.” Pompeo initially described discussions with senior communist official Kim Yong Chol in the North’s capital Friday and Saturday as “productive.” He stuck with the upbeat assessment after arriving in Tokyo for his first visit as secretary of state Sunday despite complaints by the North that the U.S. was not acting in the spirit of the June 12 summit in Singapore between President Donald Trump and leader Kim Jong Un. “The U.S. side came up only with its unilateral and gangster-like demand for denuclearization,” a North Korean foreign ministry spokesman said in a statement to the official KCNA news agency Saturday. However, Pompeo told reporters in Tokyo that his talks with Kim were “good faith, productive conversation[s].” The “requests” asked of North Korea were in line with the “unanimous decision by the [United Nations] Security Council on what needs to be achieved,” he said. “If the requests were gangster-like, then the whole world is a gangster,” Pompeo said, brushing off the North’s statement as a “stray comment” to the media. North Korea “did not push back” regarding the broad nature of calls for denuclearization and reaffirmed a commitment to destroy its missile-engine test site, he said. “I am counting on Chairman Kim to be determined to follow through on the commitments,” said Pompeo, who has held three rounds of talks in Pyongyang. Pompeo and Kim discussed timelines for denuclearization and further talks, he said.
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The company provides two types of tours: classic and special. The classic tour provides four different products, from a five-day to a 15-day tour program, with prices starting at 58,902 rubles (USD$995). Customers purchasing the special tour program, however, get more options, with 18 tour packages varying from four to 12 days with prices starting at 51,220 rubles (around USD$866). The most expensive tour is a 15-day “full immersion in the culture of North Korea” trip, for which prices start at 118,090 rubles (USD$1,997) The travel agency says it provides a product which is “completely ‘tailored’ to the budget and the wishes of the customer.” NKOREA also has an extensive social media presence, and is headquartered at the Omega Plaza Business Center in Moscow. The launch of the new tour company comes as Moscow and Pyongyang enhance bilateral cooperation in the tourism industry. In early August, the Russian embassy in Pyongyang announced that North Koreans and citizens from 17 other countries can now visit Russia’s Far East area using a free electronic visa , with tests for the registration of e-visas having been available on the website of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs since August 1. The DPRK’s Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) also reported on May 17 that North Korea had begun operation of a ferry route between the country’s Rason port and Vladivostok . KCNA reported that the “Rajin-Vladivostok international tourist liner Mangyongbong would be operated by common efforts.” A new travel agency specializing in tours to North Korea was officially launched on Thursday, at a news conference held in Moscow. The President of Russia’s Travel Agencies Union Sergey Golov and Kim Sung Hoon from the North Korean embassy in Russia attended the announcement of the launch of NKOREAN.
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