Pyongyang.- The cessation of war had to be resolved more than 50 years ago under the armistice agreement, signed on July 27, 1953, the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) reported.
But if the United States does not want the end of war, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) would not be anxious to seek it, the official North Korean media stated.
The KCNA criticized U.S. specialists who recommended the U.S. government to approve an end-of-war declaration, in exchange for obtaining the revision of the national nuclear plan from North Korea.
The cancellation of nuclear facilities located in Nyongbyon and cease the manufacture of missiles, are also included.
The official North Korean news agency recalled in an article that the end of war is good for the interest of the DPRK, the United States and other northeastern Asian countries that want peace.
The agency emphasized that resolving the aforementioned key problem for the new relations between Pyongyang and Washington is not a gift for one another nor will it be bargained in exchange for the denuclearization measure of the DPRK.
The KCNA stated in its article that it is natural that the DPRK and the United States end their belligerent relations in accordance with their aspiration to establish new relations, according to the June 12 Joint Declaration, signed by North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, and U.S. President, Donald Trump. (PL)