North Korea says it's willing to resume nuke talks with U.S.

N. Korea fires'projectiles after offering talks with US

N. Korea fires'projectiles after offering talks with US

A U.S. State Department spokeswoman said she did not have any talks to announce at that time. North Korea is widely believed to want the United States to provide security guarantees and extensive relief from USA -led sanctions in return for limited denuclearization steps.

The missiles were fired at 6.53am and 7.12am from a base near the city of Kaechon about 50 miles north of the capital Pyongyang, a according to the South Korean military.

The type of projectile is still unidentified, but they flew roughly 330 kilometers, and the South Korean military says it's analyzing the missiles together with the U.S. The JCS said the South Korean military is monitoring the situation in case there are more launches while maintaining a readiness posture. But he also warned that, if the U.S. doesn't change its approach to North Korea, the "DPRK-U.S. dealings may come to an end".

Shares of South Korean construction firms with exposure to North Korea surged after the announcement that North Korea was willing to restart talks with the United States and continued to gain despite the latest launches. "In the meantime, we have our hostages back, we're getting the remains of our great heroes back and we've had no nuclear testing for a long time".

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SEOUL, Sept 10 (Reuters) - North Korea fired a new round of short-range projectiles on Tuesday, South Korean officials said, only hours after it signalled a new willingness to resume stalled denuclearisation talks with the United States.

"I want to believe that the U.S. side would come out with an alternative based on a calculation method that serves both sides" interests and is acceptable to us, ' Choe said. DPRK stands for the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, the North's official name.

Tuesday's launch is the eighth by North Korea since US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met at the heavily militarised border between the two Koreas in June.

As on past anniversaries, citizens and military personnel laid flowers and bowed before the giant statues of the nation's founder Kim Il Sung and his son Kim Jong Il, the previous leader who died in 2011, on Mansu Hill in the heart of Pyongyang from early morning.

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Kim Jong Un "clarified his stand at the historic Policy Speech in April that it is essential for the U.S.to quit its current calculation method and approach us with new one and we will wait for a bold decision from the USA with patience till the end of this year".

"We believe North Korea is upgrading its (missile) technology by repeatedly firing missiles", said Japanese Defence Minister Takeshi Iwaya. It also clearly reminds Washington that if the North does not get what it wants from negotiations, the resumption of tests of much scarier weapons is a real possibility.

"What the North test-fired today could be the same one launched on August 24, taking into consideration its flight range and other features, but we are open to all possibilities, including that they might be another new type", a military officer said.

By repeatedly firing the short-range weapons system that directly threaten South Korea but not the US mainland or its Pacific territories, Pyongyang is also seen as pressuring Seoul to coax major concessions from Washington on its behalf.

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