She also condemned North Korean aggression, saying the US will never accept a nuclear Pyongyang. "All freedom-loving people must stand with their cause".
"We look forward to candidly discussing interests from both sides face-to-face with North Korea along with the North's participation in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics", Unification Minister Cho Myong-gyon told reporters.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley on Tuesday expressed support for the Iranian people protesting against their government, urging the global community to take action to back the nationwide demonstrations. She said they must seize the moment instead of letting the regime overcome popular opposition, as it has in the past. She said the United States would be seeking emergency sessions of the UN Security Council and the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Commission in the coming days.
"This is the precise picture of a long oppressed people rising up against their dictators".
Asked if the USA supports regime change in Iran, White House press spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told a press briefing: "We support them giving basic rights to the people of Iran and we support them stopping being a state sponsor of terror and we want to see those actions take place".
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"Those are not the words of the United States".
Haley warned that "more outrageous abuses" can be expected in the following days, given what she called the precedent set by the Iranian government.
"We are still communicating with people in Iran on Facebook and Twitter and we're constantly updating those two sites in Farsi", said Goldstein.
The State Department has been communicating with protesters through their Farsi-language social media accounts, posting statements of support from U.S. and world leaders, despite the Iranian government's decision to block access to some websites.
In addition to her comments on Iran, Haley doubled down on President Donald Trump's decision to withhold more than $250 million in aid from Pakistan until its government does more to fight jihadists in the region. We will die, but we'll take Iran back. "I don't think we should be silent".
Kim said in a New Year's Day speech on Monday he would consider sending a delegation to the Olympics.