Published: Sat, September 02, 2017
Money | By Charlene Sutton

North Korea: Talking is not the answer, says Trump

North Korea: Talking is not the answer, says Trump

North Korea has recently increased missile test launches and its threats towards the USA and its territory of Guam, which lies in the Pacific roughly 2,100 miles away from Pyongyang, provoking a series of bellicose warnings from President Donald Trump that only resulted in attracting more mockery and threats. North Korea hates such displays of USA military might at close range and will likely respond with fury.

"The North's intention was to push the boundaries of its military presence farther from the Korean Peninsula and Japan and into the wider Pacific, and they practically drew the line at Guam with their missile threat", he said. Recently, however, North Korea fired a mid-range ballistic missile flying over the northern Japanese island of Hokaido.

North Korea issued a new set of stamps Thursday to commemorate the July 2 test launch of its intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) Hwasong-14.

The US must make it clear that it will deploy a decisively destructive nuclear option to strike North Korea - one capable of effectively destroying the country.

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe denounced the launch as an "unprecedented, serious and grave threat" and agreed with U.S. President Donald Trump to "further strengthen pressure against North Korea".

The latest resolution, which aims to cut North Korea's $3 billion annual export revenue by a third, bans North Korean exports of coal, iron, iron ore, lead, lead ore and seafood.

South Korea is seeking to revise it, reportedly with an aim to double the warhead weight limit to produce more powerful missiles. "I agree it was a reckless, provocative act, firing that over Hokkaido".

Asked why there was no defensive military action taken over the launch, Mattis suggested that United States and Japanese forces nearly immediately knew the missile, which landed far out into the Pacific Ocean, was not targeted at anyone.

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Because North Korea's "current ballistic rocket launching drill.is the first step of the military operation.in the Pacific and a meaningful prelude to containing Guam, (which is an) advanced base of invasion, he (Kim) said that it is necessary to positively push forward the work for putting the strategic force on a modern basis by conducting more ballistic rocket launching drills with the Pacific as a target in the future".

Before Tuesday's launch, it appeared North Korea was backing away from its threat to fire missiles toward Guam.

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