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North Korea: No interest in summit if U.S. demands denuclearization: reports

North Korea mentioned it would reconsider a summit with President Donald Trump subsequent month if the U.S. insists on it giving up its nuclear guns, consistent with report Tuesday night time. North Korean's respectable news agency mentioned North Korea has no interest in a Libyan-style denuclearization, Reuters reported, and the Associated Press mentioned Kim Jong Un's regime opposes "one-sided" demands. In 2003, Libya gave up its nuclear program in alternate for financial assist, but Libyan chief Moammar Gadhafi was later killed during a Western-backed insurrection in 2011. Earlier within the day, North Korea referred to as off talks with South Korea and threatened to cancel the summit following the start of U.S.-South Korean army workout routines it referred to as a "provocation." Kim and Trump are scheduled to meet June 12 in Singapore. Reports during the last month had suggested Kim was open to dismantling his nation's nuclear program. It was unclear how serious the most recent danger to cancel the summit was, as North Korea often issues threats and cruel rhetoric.