The developments come as Pyongyang recently undertook projectiles launches twice within a span of a week, in what is being perceived as a sign of frustration due to the reigning impasse in the denuclearisation process.
The summit was expected to chart the way forward in North Korean denuclearisation, but talks ended abruptly as the two sides reportedly could not sort their differences on sanctions waivers.
During Monday's meeting, Beasley conveyed that humanitarian assistance to North Korea should be separated from the current political situation.
His views were supported by the South Korean official, who vowed to "actively review" his country's contribution to humanitarian assistance to North Korea.Before the projectiles launches, US President Donald Trump had also backed Seoul's food assistance to Pyongyang.
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