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07 Setiembre 2017, 08:12 | Dolorita Barahona
Russian President Vladimir Putin- File
In an early morning tweet Tuesday, Trump said, "I am allowing Japan & South Korea to buy a substantially increased amount of highly sophisticated military equipment from the United States".
The Russian Foreign Ministry earlier said in a statement that, on September 2, the United States authorities seized the buildings of the Russian Consulate General in San Francisco and the Trade Mission in Washington, which are the Russian property and enjoy diplomatic immunity. That test, along with a series of missile launches, showed it was close to achieving its goal of developing a powerful nuclear weapon that could reach the United States.
The U.N. Security Council, of which Russian Federation is a veto-wielding permanent member, is now debating imposing fresh sanctions on North Korea, with Japan and the United States pushing for an oil embargo on the reclusive state.
He said possible new economic sanctions would affect ordinary Koreans, not the nuclear or missile programs. Joint efforts to persuade China and Russian Federation, the North's allies who are not expected to cooperate with an oil embargo, were also agreed to. It also provides hundreds of thousands of tonnes of oil and fuel to the impoverished regime.
After telling the UN Security Council that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was "begging for war", Nikki Haley said: "War is never something the United States wants".
Putin spoke to reporters in Xiamen, China at the conclusion of a leaders' summit of the BRICS group of five major emerging economies - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
Putin said he was looking forward to see how the "vaunted" USA court system worked.
"I would like to say that Russian Federation is still willing to implement trilateral projects with the participation of North Korea", Putintold media, in a translation provided by the Kremlin.
"The response and decisions of the Security Council depend on the results of discussion by members", he said.
The United States has floated the idea of requiring all countries to cut economic links with North Korea to try to strong-arm Pyongyang into changing its behavior.
Russia, which shares a border with North Korea, has repeatedly joined China in calling for negotiations with North Korea, suggesting that the US and South Korea halt all major war games in exchange for North Korea halting its testing programme.
But neither side appears willing to budge.
In a veiled dig at Trump, Putin said military hysteria is "provoking the situation" and will spark a reaction from North Korea.
Abe and Moon are set to reaffirm coordination in heightening pressure on North Korea at their meeting, but a diplomatic row over the issue of Korean "comfort women" forced to work in Japan's wartime military brothels casts a shadow. Also, the final parts of a controversial US-built missile defense system arrived at a base in Seongju, south of Seoul, greeted by throngs of protesters.
A THAAD battery normally consists of six launchers capable of firing up to 48 interceptor missiles, but only two have been operational.
The South on Tuesday also carried out further live-fire exercises at sea, following missile drills on Monday that simulated the targeting of the Punggye-ri nuclear site where North Korea carried out its bomb test.
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