Korea urges halt to USA hostile policy in talks with Russian Federation

by Antonio Miles October 1, 2017, 0:29
Korea urges halt to USA hostile policy in talks with Russian Federation

-South Korean military drills to kick-start negotiations.

It comes after South Korea's foreign minister warned that a war in the region would be devastating for the entire worldwide community.

This comes as North Korea warned the United States its "belligerent bravado" will only "erupt our will for revenge", after United States military carried out an exercise close to its border last week.

North Korea warned yesterday that it views US President Donald Trump's remark that leader Kim Jong Un "won't be around much longer" as a declaration of war.

However, the White House said it was "absurd" to suggest the USA had declared war.

"The consequences would be devastating, not just for the Korean Peninsula but for North East Asia and indeed the whole worldwide community".

China has even set a deadline of 120 days for the North Korean companies.

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Russia's Foreign Ministry says it has hosted a senior North Korean diplomat for talks on ways to defuse tensions on the Korean Peninsula.

Rep. Woo Sang-ho, a former floor leader of the ruling Democratic Party, also said in a radio interview that military tensions on the peninsula are at the highest-level since the Korean War and the recent USA flying of U.S. B-1B Lancer bombers near the North fueled the tensions.

Such a war may not affect the continental US, but it would devastate the peninsula, he said.

Trump warned in his inaugural address to the U.N. General Assembly that he will "totally destroy" the North if necessary.

"Russia did not veto the recent United Nations sanctions resolutions on Pyongyang, showing that Moscow does share at least one aspect of the USA and the wider global community's perspective, namely that a response is required to North Korea's undesirable nuclear testing", Sarah Lain, Research Fellow at the U.K. -based think tank Rusi, wrote this week. Most analysts describe how China has a deep relationship and can wield influence on the North; however, Russian Federation birthed North Korea under Stalin and still maintains strong economic and cultural ties.

Additional reporting from IRN.

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