The Russian side is open to any constructive suggestions on the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, said Fins news Ambassador for special assignments of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Grigory Logvinov.
on Wednesday in the capital of Russia will meet the Deputy head of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Igor Morgulov with the U.S. special representative for North Korea Saint Kim. Kim's visit to the capital of Russia comes amid a sharp decrease in bilateral contacts between the Russian Federation and the USA on the initiative of America in a dispute over Ukraine.
"we (Russian side) there is a scheme of motion for the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, and we think it is the most correct and realistic. But the reverse side, of course, we are open to discuss any other constructive suggestions, " said Logvinov.
According to his statement, the talks " will look like we are seeing the possibility of resuming the six-party talks ".
The six-party dialogue was held in Beijing from 2003 to prevent the DPRK nuclear weapons, but no to no avail, gradually precrisis in 2009. Moreover, during this period of time Pyongyang not only did not stop nuclear development, But also created the atomic charges, three times having spent their checks together with the test launch of a ballistic missile.
North Korea declared itself a nuclear power in 2005. In 2006, 2009 and 2013 it had conducted an underground nuclear test, which provoked protests from the international brotherhood, and in 2009 came from the six-party talks, which were attended by Russia, USA, China, Japan, and North Korea and South Korea.
The UN security Council in response to Pyongyang's actions adopted a number of resolutions requiring North Korea to stop nuclear activity. In resolutions 1718 and 1874, in addition to penalties, there are requirements to the DPRK not to conduct a nuclear test and ballistic missile launches, to return to negotiations on the denuclearization of the Peninsula.
10 February 2005 the DPRK for the first time acknowledged the existence of its nuclear weapons. According to the foreign Ministry of the DPRK nuclear weapons countries are "wholly defensive" and will be " nuclear deterrent force ". The first underground test of a nuclear device DPRK held on 9 October 2006. According to Russian defense Minister Sergei Ivanov, the nuclear power unit, the DPRK tested ranged from 5 to fifteen kilotons.