The DPRK Foreign Ministry on August 22 issued a medium-level “spokesperson’s press statement” declaring that Pyongyang’s position of pursuing dialogue “remained unchanged” but that it was “not interested in a dialogue accompanied by military threats,” citing U.S. and South Korean military activities. The pronouncement was issued two days after U.S.-ROK joint military drills ended, despite

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