Putin says putting pressure on North Korea is a 'dead-end road'
Sep 02, 2017, 00:48
"Our government's stance that we need to peacefully resolve North Korean nuclear issues and Korean Peninsula issues remains unchanged", Lee Eugene, South Korean Unification Ministry deputy spokesperson, said.
Russian leader warns North Asia faces "large-scale conflict" and urges dialogue without preconditions.
01 de septiembre de 2017, 10:13Moscow, Sep 1 (Prensa Latina) Using sanctions to try to force North Korea into stopping its nuclear missile program has failed in the past and is a misguided and futile policy, Russian President Vladimir Putin warned Friday. Provocations, pressure and militarist and insulting rhetoric are a dead-end road, " he noted.
Putin said a roadmap drawn up by Russian Federation and China - which have relatively warm ties with Pyongyang and wield influence as permanent members of the UN Security Council - was a way to gradually reduce the tensions.
On Monday, North Korea, which sees joint war games between the United States and South Korea as preparations for invasion, raised the stakes by firing an intermediate-range missile over Japan.
Following Tuesday's missile launch, Pyongyang said it would stage future military operations directed at the American territory of Guam, which has always been a focal point of North Korea's disdain with the United States and is often mentioned as a target.
Russian Federation voted along with the rest of the U.N. Security Council in imposing stricter sanctions on North Korea following the two missile test launches in July, even though Moscow reject the claims, made by both North Korea and the USA, that the rocket tested was a intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM).
Analysts say North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un wants a real nuclear deterrent against the U.S. to ensure the survival of his government, believing it will strengthen his negotiating position when Pyongyang returns to talks. Just a few days back, North Korea had fired a ballistic missile over the Japanese territory.
Four US F-35B fighter jets joined two US B-1B bombers and four South Korean F-15 fighter jets in the joint US-South Korean flyover of the Korean Peninsula, an official with the South Korean air force told CNN. -South Korean military drills are provocative and that imposing further sanctions on Pyongyang would be counterproductive.
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