Pompeo's DPRK visit Pyongyan says talks regrettable?

Added On July 9, 2018

 U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Saturday wrapped up a visit to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, or DPRK.

While Pompeo said two sides made progress during the talks, the DRPK highlighted its dissatisfaction with the end results. 
Pompeo spoke briefly before leaving Pyongyang.
"We had many hours of productive conversations. These are complicated issues but we made progress on almost all the central issues. Some places, a great deal of progress, other places, there's still more work to be done. 
He said that a meeting between the two sides has been set up on July 12 in Panmunjom along the inter-Korean border to discuss the repatriation of U.S. soldiers' remains left in the DPRK in the 1950s.
Pompeo paid a visit to the DPRK from Thursday to Saturday, weeks after U.S. President Donald Trump met with DPRK's top leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore on June 12.
However, the DPRK on Saturday expressed deep regret over the result of Pompeo's visit.?
According to a spokesman for the country's Foreign Ministry, the DPRK felt deep regret over the attitude of the U.S. delegation led by Pompeo at the high-level talks held Friday and Saturday with DPRK officials.
The spokesman also expressed other concerns, saying that the talks not only failed to help build trust between the two sides, but could also result in the wavering of DPRK's will to work for denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula.?
According to the U.S. media reports, Pompeo did not meet Kim during the visit, unlike his previous trips during which he had met with the DPRK's top leader.