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>> Ma'am, if we get denuclearization, of course, there'll be sanctions relief.>> US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo dangled a big carrot for North Korea, Sunday. Promising that abandoning its nuclear program would lead to a lifting of US sanctions on Kim Jong Un's isolated regime, and the chance for economic investment.
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>> We can create conditions for real economic prosperity for the North Korean people that will rival that of the South. It will be American know-how, knowledge, entrepreneurs, and risk-takers working alongside the North Korean people to create a robust economy.>> Pompeo's comments to CBS's Face the Nation come after his second meeting with Kim and first since taking over as Secretary of State.
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And ahead of a planned June 12th summit between Kim and US President Donald Trump in Singapore. That would be the first such meeting between a US president and a North Korean leader. North Korean state media reported over the weekend that the country has scheduled the dismantlement of its nuclear bomb test site for later in May.
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News which Pompeo welcomed.>> Well, we'll ensure that your people have the opportunity for the greatness that I know Chairman Kim wants them to have.>> While experts say the pledge to dismantle the test site is a big step forward, verifying it will be difficult.