Kim, also the chairman of the WPK, said Pyongyang's nuclear programme, which has led to multiple missile tests this year as well as the detonation of a hydrogen bomb, was "safeguarding the peace and security in the Korean peninsula and northeast Asia".
Last week, tensions again escalated as North Korea threatened to shoot down US military planes, even if they are not in the country's airspace.
"He wants to employ his experience visiting North Korea to prevent a second Korean war", he added.
Any agreement would involve "a complete denuclearization of North Korea", Park asserted, though there is little evidence that North Korea would consider unilaterally disarming.
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They were born to former North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and his third partner, Ko Yong-hui.
Attempts to pressure the North into abandoning its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes will fail for as long as the regime believes its survival is at stake, Carter wrote.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday took a swipe at Washington's policy toward North Korea, saying on Twitter, "Our country has been unsuccessfully dealing with North Korea for 25 years, giving billions of dollars & getting nothing".
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Officials have warned that North Korea could use the special dates - in particular, the October 10 anniversary of the Worker's Party which coincides with Columbus Day in the USA - to provoke the US or launch a new missile. He continued: "Save your energy Rex, we'll do what has to be done!"
The president's latest tweets come as the world continues to try to decipher another cryptic message that Trump issued on Thursday night at the White House, as he posed for a photo with the country's top military leaders.
He has also tweeted that a military solution may be his preferred approach.
It "hasn't worked, agreements violated before the ink was dry, makings fools of United States negotiators".
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And we look at various ways North Korea raises cash and skirts the impact of sanctions - for instance, through a front company that United Nations experts suspect is run by North Korean intelligence agents in Malaysia to sell battlefield radio equipment, a Malaysian conglomerate that funneled cash to Pyongyang and even the paintings produced by thousands of North Koreans. "Sorry, but only one thing will work!" he tweeted.