China hopes the DPRK and the United States will continue their dialogue and respect their agreements, said the Chinese President Hu Jintao during a meeting with his U.S. counterpart Barack Obama during the Summit for Nuclear Security on Monday, reported the new China News Agency.
Dialogue between Pyongyang and Washington will improve relations between the two countries, said the Chinese leader.
March 20, North Korea announced its intention to put a satellite into orbit using its own launch vehicle in April, causing a negative reaction from some countries who feel that this is a Missile Test ballistic. Washington said the satellite launch would jeopardize the achievement of agreements on food aid deliveries reached between the U.S. and North Korea in February.
Pursuant to agreements US-North Korean, North Korea would suspend its nuclear testing and uranium enrichment and open its nuclear sites to inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). In return, Washington pledged to provide food aid to Pyongyang. March 16, Pyongyang has invited the IAEA to send its experts to North Korea.
The nuclear safety summit to take place in Seoul on March 26 and 27. It is devoted to nuclear safety and how to prevent criminals to seize fissile material and nuclear facilities.