Washington, After a sudden announcement of postponement of the 2 + 2 dialogue with India, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will visit North Korea this week. A spokesman for Pompey said that on his one-week visit, he will first go to North Korea and continue the dialogue on the issue of nuclear disarmament. Apart from this, they will also go to Tokyo, Hanoi, Abu Dhabi and Brussels. The US State Department announced this announcement a few days later, in which Pompeii had given information to the Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj about the decision to postpone 2 + 2 talks between India-US in Washington DC on July 6. .
The US had cited ‘indispensable reasons’ in order to suspend the dialogue suddenly. Last week came to India, US ambassador to United Nations Nikki Haley had clarified that the postponement of the talks has nothing to do with the bilateral relations between India and the United States. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said at her regular press conference, Foreign Minister Pompeo left for North Korea to meet with North Korean leader on July 5 with the team to continue the important work of nuclear disarmament of the Korean Peninsula. Will be. ‘
To continue negotiations in this regard and to pursue the agreement between President Donald Trump and Kim Jong in Singapore, Pompeo will be in North Korea from July 5 to 7. U.S. State Department spokesman Heather said that he will be in Tokyo for the next two days, where he will meet Japanese and South Korean leaders to discuss his shared commitment to full nuclear disarmament of North Korea. He told that he will go to Hanoi to negotiate with the Vietnamese government on Sunday and thereafter will go to Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. After this, Brussels will arrive on July 10.