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Even if North Korea were on board, it would be "realistically difficult" to destroy the country's nuclear capabilities because they're so developed, according to South Korean President Moon Jae-in. It's for this reason that the international community must pressure North Korea into talks as soon as possible, including through use of sanctions, Moon said Tuesday, per Reuters.
Moon added the PyeongChang Winter Olympics kicking off in February might provide a rendezvous point for talks, reports Yonhap News. But though the North has said it may be open to dialogue, it hasn't responded to invitations to take part in the Olympics. It has also said it will "never put the issue related to the supreme interests of the DPRK and security of its people on the bargaining table," per Reuters.
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