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The North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, has said his resolve for complete denuclearisation remains unchanged but he may have to seek a 'new path' if the United States continues to demand one-sided disarmament by his regime. In his new year address, Kim said there would be faster progress on denuclearisation if the United States took corresponding action. He added that he is willing to meet Donald Trump at any time to produce results that the international community would welcome.
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