The Russian-Chinese roadmap of the Korean Peninsula settlement provides for a double moratorium, i.e. on North Korea's nuclear and missile activities and on the US' and its allies' military exercises.
North Korea and Russian Federation foreign ministry officials are meeting for negotiations in Moscow, as Pyongyang may be seeking stronger ties amid a nuclear crisis and deteriorating relations with China, its main trading partner.
Moscow says Russian and North Korean diplomats will meet in Moscow on September 29 to discuss the Korean crisis.
Commenting on the issue on the eve of the meeting, Heather Nauert, US State Department spokesperson, said that Washington "can't see that as a bad thing".
"Diplomacy is our preferred approach", she added.
United States efforts to stop North Korea has reached a "dead end" and any more pressure on Pyongyang could lead to a war, Russian Federation warned on Tuesday.
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President Donald Trump's rhetoric towards North Korea could lead to "devastating consequences, not only for North Korea, but for the whole of human civilization", according to a top Russian senator, Newsweek reports.
General Lori Robinson, the head of the US Northern Command and the North American Aerospace Defense Command (or NORAD), said today that this fact was something she is "aware of".
Washington has said its joint military drills are essential to guard against North Korea and that Pyongyang must show it is serious about giving up its nuclear weapons before any return to talks.
Fear of regime change was also one of the reasons why Russian Federation got involved in the Syrian conflict, supporting President Bashar al-Assad regime, vetoing numerous USA -led resolutions at the U.N. Security Council condemning the violence, and leading peace talks negotiations.
Neither Russia or China want a capitalist, pro-Western state on their border so have propped up the North Korean regime for decades.
The foreign ministry statement described the discussion as "a detailed exchange of views on the situation on the Korean peninsula".