State Department spokesman Ned Price made the remarks as Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman is set to visit China for discussions on issues that will include ways to rein in Pyongyang's nuclear and provocative ballistic missile programs.
Mr. Price said, "there is room for, at the very least, discussion with the PRC when it comes to the challenge posed by the DPRK's nuclear and ballistic missile programs and its other threatening activity."
He said the U.S. would also continue to seek to improve human rights and humanitarian conditions in impoverished North Korea while noting that the U.S. currently does not have plans to share its COVID-19 vaccines with North Korea.
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