Amid the diplomatic jockeying, North Korea said Tuesday that expected regular summertime U.S.
"With the USA unilaterally reneging on its commitments, we are gradually losing our justifications to follow through on the commitments we made with the United States as well", the statement said.
But following the Singapore summit, Trump announced the suspension of what he called Washington's "very provocative" joint military exercises with South Korea.
Later Tuesday, North Korea's Foreign Ministry issued another statement warning that it will wait to see if the U.S.
"What is going to happen is over the next two or three weeks, the teams are going to start working to see whether or not they can do something", Trump said after the June 30 meeting, in which he became the first sitting US president to set foot in North Korea. -South Korean military drills are forcing it to rethink whether to remain committed to the promises it has made to the United States.
"If realised, it will affect the working-level talks", said officials.
The United States wants North Korea to take concrete steps toward denuclearization before it is willing to ease sanctions that limit Pyongyang's trade.
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The statement also said Pyongyang was not bound by any legal documents to suspend nuclear and missile tests.
File image of Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un.
While Trump's latest meeting with Kim demonstrated a rapport between the two, policy analysts say the two sides appear no closer to narrowing their differences.
An official at South Korea's ministry of defense said it did not have immediate comment, but Seoul officials have previously said the drills are defensive in nature. North Korea will be watching the "next move by the US" before it decides how to proceed on the talks, the official added.
Pyongyang last launched a long-range missile in November 2017, although it has tested shorter-range weapons since then.
"Readiness remains the number one priority for USFK", said Jacqueline Leeker, a spokeswoman for U.S. Forces Korea (USFK). But some analysts say North Korea will eventually return to the talks because Kim wants cooperation with outside powers as part of a plan to revive his country's troubled economy.