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11 Setiembre 2017, 02:25 | Dolorita Barahona
Kim Jong-un says he has a nuclear warhead capable of striking the US
In this Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017 photo, fireworks explode after civilians and military personnel participated in a mass rally in Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang, North Korea, to mark their countryÕs sixth underground nucleartest.
"They'll eat grass, but they won't abandon their program unless they feel secure", he told reporters Tuesday.
Tokyo sees the initiative as paving the way toward resolving the longstanding territorial dispute over the islands and signing of a post-World War II peace treaty, while Russian Federation hopes to attract investments to the underdeveloped region.
"A military conflict on the peninsula would have disastrous consequences for the Koreans and the entire region", said Zhebin, director of the Center for Korean Studies at the Russian Academy of Sciences, adding that South Korea - with its 25 nuclear reactors - was especially vulnerable. But cooperation is extremely hard given the ongoing investigations into Trump's ties to Russian Federation and the US sanctions for Russia's interference in the 2016 election, which have triggered a tit-for-tat diplomatic battle.
The United States, South Korea, Japan and European Union are keen to ratchet up pressure on Kim Jong-Un by cutting oil supplies and freezing his assets, while President Donald Trump has not ruled out military action.
Asian stocks tracked Wall Street's slide overnight to slip on Wednesday, while the dollar was on the defensive with tensions in the Korean peninsula showing few signs of abating.
"We should make North Korea understand that it has no bright future if it continues its current path, and change its current policy".
"It would be extremely hard to advance the situation at hand without political and diplomatic instruments", he said.
"The idea that some have suggested a so-called "freeze for freeze" is insulting", USA ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said Tuesday.
On Sunday, US President Donald Trumptweeted that the US was considering stopping all trade with countries that do business with North Korea, prompting a stern response from China.
The most alarming aspect of North Korea's nucleartest is that it's developing the technology alongside efforts to improve the accuracy and payload of its long-range missiles.
CHINA yesterday agreed that the United Nations should take more action against North Korea after its latest nucleartest, while also pushing for dialogue to help resolve the stand-off.
South Korean protesters clashed with thousands of police over the deployment of a defence system aimed at countering North Korean missile attacks, while China and the United States discussed options to rein in Pyongyang.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has condemned North Korea's latest nucleartest as a "flagrant violation" of global conventions, but also said there can only be a "diplomatic and peaceful solution" of the crisis.
Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi said Beijing supports further United Nations action against North Korea but also wants to see renewed efforts to begin dialogue involving all sides.
South Korea has a similar official position, with Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-Wha stressing Seoul is still sticking to its commitment to the Non-Proliferation Treaty.
His remarks were made on the sidelines of an economic forum in the Russian port city of Vladivostok which is also being attended by Russian President Vladimir Putin and South Korea's Moon Jae-In.
Known as "freeze for freeze", the proposal calls for Pyongyang to freeze its nuclear program in exchange for the USA and South Korea suspending their joint military drills. "This is a road to nowhere".
The range of their weapon - a hybrid of two existing missiles - would be any location within North Korea, while it could carry up to two tonnes of warheads.
"The DPRK's recent successful test of ICBM-ready H-bomb marked a very significant occasion in attaining the final goal of completing its state nuclear force", the article reads. Kim would rather starve his people than see his regime overthrown, he said.
Blue House said that Moon had emphasized to Putin that "it is time for the UN Security Council to seriously consider ways to fundamentally block North Korea's source of income of foreign currency such as suspending supply of crude oils to North Korea and banning imports of overseas workers".
That could have major reverberations: China is the largest trading partner of both the North and the United States.
Putin has denounced Kim's missile tests.
However, Russian and Chinese leaders might not support new sanctions that have proven to be ineffective in slowing North Korea's nuclear missile development program.
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