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Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Simply absurd: the White house commented on statements about the war with North Korea

The US government denied the findings made by the Minister of foreign Affairs of North Korea Lee Yong-Ho about the fact that the White house allegedly his statements declared war on North Korea. In response to what Pyongyang official has promised to shoot down American planes, even outside of its airspace.

Photo: Wikipedia author Matt H. Wade.

As stated in conversation with journalists at a regular briefing at the White house, the official representative of administration of U.S. President Sarah Sanders, no “Declaration of war DPRK” was not, reports Sky News.

“The United States did not declare war on North Korea. That’s just absurd… the White house is not looking for ways to overthrow the North Korean government. It is time to stop provocative statements on the subject,” she said.

“We’ve not declared war on North Korea and frankly the suggestion of that is absurd” says White House Press Sec Sarah Huckabee Sanders #SNT pic.twitter.com/zomrhQ26uO

— Sky News Tonight (@SkyNewsTonight) September 25, 2017

Read MK: “you Can consider it a Declaration of war”: trump urged to punish DPRK

We will remind, earlier, in response to unnecessarily harsh statements of the President of the United States from the rostrum of the UN General Assembly that the U.S. is ready to “wipe the DPRK from the face of the earth”, the head of the North Korean foreign Ministry called such statements a Declaration of war.

“The whole world needs to realize that the United States government first declared war on North Korea,” – said the head of North Korean diplomacy.


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