The note denounces the USA president’s warning that America would destroy North Korea if forced to defend itself.
“They are close enough as opportunities, so the U.S. policy in the prospect should be to behave as if at any moment they can achieve it”, he said.
“I think that they are starting to feel the squeeze and that is because China, to its great credit, notwithstanding the long and very close history with North Korea, is part of the global sanctions including restricting oil exports into North Korea”.
Talking to North Korea now only makes sense if the engagements are designed for clear messaging and intelligence collection and not invested with the expectation of real diplomatic progress. Twice in July, it launched a long-range missile that could potentially reach the US mainland.
He is destroying the standing of the U.S.as leader of the free world and confusing our allies worldwide.
Accusing Australia of “preparing a war on the Korean Peninsula”, Pyongyang stated that it betrays its own national interests by playing sidekick in “Trump’s selfish “America First” Policy”.
Choe Son-hui, director-general of the North American department of North Korea’s foreign ministry, made the remarks at an global forum on nonproliferation in Moscow. Beijing has also communicated around the world it is intent on helping the US resolve the issue, he said. “In particular, they agreed to beef up efforts to elicit constructive roles by China and Russian Federation (in reining in the North)”, the ministry said in a statement. He referred to re-entry technology and also the miniaturization of a nuclear device to put on the tip of an ICBM capable of hitting mainland United States. The nuclear envoys also met with Kenji Kanasugi, the head of the Japanese Foreign Ministry’s Asian and Oceanian Affairs Bureau, in Seoul on Thursday.
Trump has since repeated his “Rocket Man” moniker for Kim both at the United Nations last month and again on social media, where he tweeted earlier this month that he told Secretary of State Rex Tillerson that he was “wasting his time” talking to North Korea because the President doesn’t feel they deserve to be handled in a diplomatic way.
“For Washington, being together and being well coordinated with Seoul is (our) No. 1 priority”, Yun said at the start of the meeting.
There have been rumors swirling for awhile now that there’s a White House contingency plan in place to prevent President Trump from going whole hog and “pushing the button”, effectively starting war with North Korea or who knows where else.