DPRK leader Kim Jong-un said that Pyongyang will not transfer nuclear weapons and technology to other countries. He said this speaking at the plenary session of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea.
Earlier, the North Korean leader announced the cessation of nuclear and missile tests in the country.
"We will never use nuclear weapons, except in cases of threats or provocations with nuclear weapons against our state. In any case, we will not transfer nuclear weapons and technologies to other countries," Kim Jong-un said.
He also added that from this moment on, Pyongyang will begin to actively build a dialogue with other countries in order to preserve peace on the Korean peninsula.
Earlier, North Korea expressed its readiness to discuss denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula with the U.S. at the meeting of Kim Jong-un with Donald Trump. North Korea insists the meeting with Trump to be held in Pyongyang. Geneva is another place being considered. At the meeting with Japanese PM, Trump stated that the talks with Kim Jong-un are to be held at the beginning of June.