North Korea finally CRACKS and sends begging letter to MORTAL ENEMY
- Author: Adam Floyd Oct 21, 2017,
Oct 21, 2017, 0:23
"There's been real progress there", Mr Pompeo said. "The US should expect that it would face unimaginable strike at an unimaginable time", the Korean Central News Agency warned.
He added: "Right now the leadership of North Korea have deployed missiles aimed at the United States and are doing these provocations, but they desperately want relations with the USA".
He added, "Whether it happens on Tuesday or a month from Tuesday, we are at a time where the president has concluded that we need a global effort to ensure that (North Korean leader) Kim Jong-un doesn't have that capacity". The threat came as the South Korean and USA navies conduct massive joint drills amid increasing tensions over the north's nuclear and missile ambitions.More news: Oral Cholera Vaccination Campaign for Rohingya Refugees Begins
South Korea has sent Lee Sang Hwa, director general for North Korean nuclear affairs, to attend the Moscow meeting, but South Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman Noh Kyu Duk told reporters Thursday that there was "no plan for now" for him to meet with Choe. He has also engaged in a war of words with Kim, stoking fears of an armed clash on the Korean Peninsula.
"The envoys shared the need to seek cooperation with major partners based on a close Seoul-Washington alliance".
But on Friday Ms Choe said North Korea would consider the implementation of "so-called United Nations sanctions resolutions" an act of aggression and war.
The new Sept 21 sanctions will be the first to target all North Korean nationals and the first that delegates to the Treasury Department the authority to go after any foreign bank doing business with North Korea, including banks in China that prop up or finance the regime. The damning message came on the heels of Bishop's visit to a border village in South Korea on October 11, whence she called on the worldwide community to step up pressure on North Korea.