Moon, Trump vow stronger pressure against N. Korea

Moon, Trump vow stronger pressure against N. Korea

Moon, Trump vow stronger pressure against N. Korea

U.S. President Donald Trump and South Korea's President Moon Jae-in have agreed to toughen sanctions against North Korea in a bid to curb the North's nuclear ambitions.

Recall that a day after fresh sanctions by the UN Security Council was slammed on North Korea, the pariah nation declared that the U.S. will "suffer the greatest pain" over its role in the imposition of the sanctions.

In an effort to curb the Nuclear aims of North Korea, Trump and his South Korean counterpart have agreed to implement strict sanctions against it, reported Fox News.

President Donald Trump with South Korean President Moon Jae-in on June 29, 2017.

The conservation came two days after North Korea's latest ballistic missile launch, in which the projectile again flew over Japan's airspace.

Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs have significantly advanced since its first nuclear test in 2006. New U.N. sanctions cut oil exports to North Korea.

The U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, echoed McMaster's strong rhetoric, even as she said Washington's preferred resolution to the crisis is through diplomacy and sanctions.

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"For those ... who have been commenting on a lack of a military option, there is a military option", he said, adding that it would not be the Trump administration's preferred choice.

They agreed to continue their discussions when they meet in NY for the U.N. General Assembly later this week, according to the spokesman.

"After seeing your capabilities and commitment here today, I am more confident than ever that our options in addressing this threat are both effective and overwhelming", Trump said inside an airplane hangar, surrounded by United States airmen and with a looming stealth bomber positioned behind him. The South Korean president is set to attend a trilateral summit with Trump, and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday. She says war is undesirable but adds that "something has got to be done" if North Korea continues to threaten the US and its allies.

". Additional provocations will only further isolate the country (North Korea) diplomatically and economically, and will eventually lead down the path of its own collapse".

Trump's remarks came after North Korea fired a ballistic missile over the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido earlier on Friday, the latest in a stream of missile tests that have looked to defy the worldwide community.

Trump also took to Twitter to describe his phone conversation with Moon.

"Our final goal is to establish the equilibrium of real force with the US and make the USA rulers dare not talk about military option", North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was quoted as saying by the state news agency, KCNA.

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