North Korean officials have no intention of meeting with American officials at the Pyeongchang Olympics but did not rule out the meeting, the official North Korean news agency KCNA quoted a senior Foreign Ministry official as saying. North Korea's Cho Yong-Sam says it has no intention of meeting the American representative. "We are not begging and will never beg to dialogue with the Americans," he said.
But his remarks did not rule out a meeting. Similarly, US Vice-President Mike Pence's remarks will arrive in South Korea on Thursday.
North Korean ceremonial head Kim Yong-Nam, who leads North Korean delegates and Mike Pence is scheduled to attend the opening ceremony of the Pyeongchang Olympics on Friday Both of them could be in a reception room for the delegation's leaders before the opening ceremony took place.
Mike Pence on Wednesday rebuked North Korea by saying the United States would impose toughest sanctions so far against North Korea. 19659002] North Korea used the Olympics for imaging by sending artists, hundreds of cheerleaders and sister Kim Jong-Un. The Vice President of the Pence insisted America would not allow North Korean propaganda to hijack the message and image of the Olympics.
On the way to Asia, Pence said "I did not ask for a meeting but let's see what happens." [as/al]