LONDON, April 21 (Reuters) - Britain said on Saturday that
North Korea's plan to cease nuclear tests would be a positive
step and that it hoped this was a sign of good faith.
"A long term commitment from Kim Jung Un to halt all nuclear
tests and ICBM launches would be a positive step. We hope this
indicates an effort to negotiate in good faith," the British
government said in a statement.
"We remain committed to working with our international
partners to bring about our goal of a complete, verifiable and
irreversible denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula, and to do
so through peaceful means."
(Reporting by Andy Bruce
Editing by Alexander Smith)
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