“You fell under their influence.” State Duma believe US uses thieves in law strategies towards North Korea
Washington had earlier stated that the White House had a backup plan as to Seoul.
The US is using aggressive approach in the international politics and don’t know how to carry on a conversation - this was stated by a coordinator of a deputy group for relations with parliament of North Korea Kazbek Taysaev. He used Washington’s recent actions towards residents of the Korean Peninsula as an example.
“Washington doesn’t know how to carry on a conversation properly. Those peace processes that are ongoing on the Korean Peninsula where American should be moved aside - the South and the North are carrying on the conversation on their own, and Americans are not okay with that. All they can see everywhere is their national interests. They don’t give a damn to Koreans’ interests. Issues of the union of the countries is not something they’re interested in,” Taysaev stated in his interview with RIA Novosti.
He added that Washington got used to speak the language of ultimatum and threats. With that, in the parliamentarian’s words, Russia is doing its best too unite South and North Korea.
“There are thieves in law, bandits who take their first steps in a peaceful way, but when you’re close to them, you’re under their influence, and there’s no way out. The U.S. Behaves just the same,” Taysaev added.
Earlier, special representative of the US State Department for North Korea Stephen E. Biegun told that Washington has a backup plan as to North Korea, in case diplomatic activity doesn’t work out.