The talks broke down because the US side was "too busy with pursuing their own political interests and had no honest intention to achieve a result", Choe said in comments carried by Russian state news agency TASS.
North Korea has no intention to yield to US demands or engage in negotiations of this kind, Choe told a press conference in the North Korean capital Pyongyang, TASS reported.
According to the deputy minister, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is set to make an official statement soon to announce his country's further actions in the wake of the unsuccessful Hanoi summit.
The Hanoi summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un wrapped up ahead of schedule and with no deal, let alone a breakthrough that could move negotiations past the deadlock.More news: Jose Mourinho wants all-English ties in Champions League quarter-finals
'Personal relations between the two supreme leaders are still good and the chemistry is mysteriously wonderful, ' she added.
A senior official said Trump "is not prepared to reward North Korea in exchange for talks". "I want to make it clear that the gangster-like stand of the USA will eventually put the situation in danger". We have neither the intention to compromise with the USA in any form nor much less the desire or plan to conduct this kind of negotiation. She added that while South Korean President Moon Jae-in has tried to help bring the US and North Korea together to talk, the South is "a player, not an arbiter" because it is an ally of Washington. "In any situation, our government will endeavor for the restart of North Korea-U.S. negotiations", South Korea's presidential Blue House said in a statement.
After the summit had ended, State Department officials clarified that was indeed the North's position, but said the lifting of economic sanctions was such a big demand that it would essentially subsidize the North's continued nuclear activity. He said he had spoken to his South Korean counterpart but wanted to consult with other US officials before responding further.
Pyongyang has long sought a summit with the U.S.to reflect what the regime sees as its status as a regional military power.More news: Ethiopian crash: France accepts black box analysis, USA grounds Boeing
Administration officials portrayed the invitation as a victory for Trump's policy of "maximum pressure" and stressed that the USA would not relax its stringent sanctions regime before North Korea began disarming.
'This time we understood very clearly that the United States has a very different calculation to ours, ' she added.
North Korea is considering suspending talks with the United States and may rethink a ban on missile and nuclear tests unless Washington makes concessions, news reports from the North's capital on Friday quoted a senior diplomat as saying. 'He will make his decision in a short period of time'.More news: FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Severe storms possible this afternoon & evening