The ABC interview did not make it specifically clear when Trump provided Kim the printed definitions, but American calls for the elimination of North Korea's chemical, biological and ballistic missile weapon systems emerged first in post-Hanoi summit remarks by Bolton.
So that's one reason why we pay particular attention to what North Korea is doing all the time.
They said that for both Democrats or Republicans, the "precondition for sanctions relief was North Korea's honest denuclearization". That does not, however, mean anyone is giving up, and both sides seem interested in finding new ways to approach diplomacy.
Asked about the images on Wednesday, Trump said "it's too early to see" if North Korea is breaking a promise by rebuilding the site.
United Nations experts are investigating possible violations of UN sanctions on North Korea in about 20 countries, from alleged clandestine nuclear procurement in China to arms brokering in Syria and military cooperation with Iran, Libya and Sudan. "It's a sobering reminder that without an agreement that verifies the dismantlement of North Korea's program, we can easily go back to a period of 'fire and fury" rhetoric".
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump listen to questions from the media during the one-on-one bilateral meeting at the second North Korea-U.S. summit in the Metropole hotel in Hanoi, Vietnam February 28, 2019.
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Satellite analysis now indicates increased activity at two key sites - the Samundong missile research facility and the Sohae rocket launch centre.
"Based on past practices, these activities could be consistent with preparations for the delivery of a rocket to the launch pad or engine to the test stand; or they could be North Korean coercive bargain tactics", it said.
"The door remains open" for further negotiations, he said, adding, however, that "the North Koreans have to be fully invested".
"What North Korea needs - and it needs it very much right now - is economic relief".
Last April, the Workers' Party of Korea, led by Kim, made a commitment to concentrate more on creating a "powerful socialist economy", while promising to discontinue nuclear and intercontinental ballistic missile tests. "But he's prepared to engage again because he does think that the prospects for North Korea (DPRK), which he's been trying to persuade Kim Jong Un to accept if they denuclearized, are really quite spectacular", Bolton said.