North Korean media stated their commitment to "complete denuclearization" nearly two weeks after the US-North Korea summit in Hanoi faltered.
A propaganda website called Uriminzokkiri said in an article on Tuesday that it is Pyongyang's firm stance to establish new relations with Washington, build a lasting and solid "peace regime" on the Korean Peninsula, and move toward complete denuclearization. It did not mention that the summit fell apart without a deal.
It also said the North's leader Kim Jong-un has decided to continue "productive dialogues" to resolve problems discussed in the summit with US President Donald Trump in Hanoi on Feb. 27-28.
Another propaganda website DPRK Today carried the same article written by a Foreign Ministry official.