Observer Network: The United States prepares billions of dollars in economic compensation for guidin
- Author:Observer Network
- Source:Observer Network
- Release on :2019-01-31
According to South Korea’s “Central Daily News” reported on January 31st, the US Department of State’s North Korean Policy Special Representative Steven Bigen proposed to North Korea to provide economic compensation through the opening of an escrow account. According to the analysis, this is Han Mei The plan for the state secret consultation. Countries such as South Korea, Japan, and the European Union (EU) have deposited billions of dollars in cash in third-country accounts after consultation with the United States. When North Korea takes out a substantial denuclearization initiative, it Take out a certain amount of cash as a countermeasure and compensation.
From this, it can be seen that the DPRK has always advocated the phased denuclearization, the refinement of the denuclearization process, and the realization of the “nuclearization of salami” that maximizes compensation. "Compensation Salami" to compensate for the progress.
“Delegated payment” is a guarantee system for third parties to intervene if the parties have insufficient mutual trust.
"Entrusted Payments" is used in the United States for large-scale transactions in real estate and automobiles, and the Special Representative has introduced it to the denuclearization consultation. The United States, which has no denuclearization measures and does not slow down sanctions, cannot advance the denuclearized North Korea without corresponding compensation. The differences between the DPRK and the United States require adjustments by the “third country accounts”.
According to the analysis of professionals, from the standpoint of North Korea, the advantage is that each time the progress of denuclearization is promoted, the economic compensation that can be held in the hands is in front of us. This is because Chairman Kim Jong-un sees economic development as a top priority and deposits the capital construction fund in a third country bank. From the perspective of the United States, it is safer to confirm that North Korea has indeed taken out the denuclearization measures.
It is predicted that after the agreement to open an account is reached, there will be fierce disputes between the ROK and the DPRK on the “nuclearization price”.
The key to a third country account is whether North Korea can accept it. In a report on the relevant content on January 28, the Washington Times stated that Special Representative Ben Gim explained the plan to North Korea at a secret work meeting and tried to convince the other party that the report did not mention North Korea’s response. . Which countries deposit funds into third-country accounts is also expected to be a point of debate among countries. The United States is likely to strongly demand that South Korea contribute to this. President Trump said last year that "(When North Korea promotes denuclearization) South Korea and Japan will give support."