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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Trump has promised to destroy the DPRK in case of threats to States

The President of the United States Donald trump once again broke out an aggressive rhetoric against North Korea, this time from the rostrum of the General Assembly of the United Nations, held in new York.

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Speaking yesterday in the framework of the General debate of the UN General Assembly, the White house reminded Pyongyang that the United States has a powerful military Arsenal that could wipe out earth state like North Korea.

“Our country has tremendous power and patience, but if you have to defend your own borders or our allies, America will have no choice but to completely destroy North Korea,” said trump, who was quoted by TASS.

The US President stressed that despite the willingness to undertake such a serious and responsible step, he would prefer him not to, so looking forward to the prudence of the authorities of the DPRK.

“I thank Russia and China for support for new UN sanctions against North Korea… Thanks to all who participated in this vote together with all other member of the Security Council of the world organization, But we must do more,” – said the President of the United States, criticizing those who still have not decided on a common position against the DPRK.

“It is outrageous that some countries not only are trading with the North Korean regime, but also supplying him with weapons and support it financial… of North Korean Leader Kim Jong-UN is a rocket man, pursuing the suicidal policy. It’s time to admit that denuclearization is the only viable future,” concluded the American leader.

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