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North Korea might be rethinking its ban on missile tests and it's considering suspending nuclear talks with the U. S. all together that's according to Russia's tass news agency on Friday who also said the country's leader Kim Jong hoon was expected to make an announcement soon the agency quoted north Korean vice foreign minister Chasin forty as saying we have no intention to yield to the U. S. demands that the Hon only summit in any form nor are we willing to engage in negotiations of this kind according to the Associated Press she went on to say I want to make it clear that the gangster like stand of the U. S. will eventually put the situation in danger this comes just weeks after the Hunley summit where talks between Kim and US president Donald Trump abruptly ended without a deal and I think actually it was a very productive two days but sometimes you have to walk both countries offered varying explanations for why the talks broke down while on Friday tass reported that the vice foreign minister che told a news conference in Pyongyang the U. S. threw away a golden opportunity at the summit , Stephen begin the US envoy to North Korea briefed members of the UN security council on this failed talks on Thursday in New York City south Korea's ambassador told reporters afterward discussions focused on what might happen next we will decrease by Mister speaker log what happened in all yeah we will now in terms of users %HESITATION which go from here Chinese premier Li could Chung told reporters on Friday that resolving problems on the Korean peninsula cannot be achieved in one stroke urging patience and dialogue between Washington and Pyongyang