Moscow wants no hard action against North Korea

Moscow wants no hard action against North Korea

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Russia wants no heavy-handed attempts to use the crisis around North Korea to solve. Military intervention or an economic boycott is not an option.

This is also the opinion of China, stressed the Russian Foreign minister, Sergey Lavrov, on Wednesday.

“If we try the Korean peninsula of nuclear weapons to get rid, it should not happen as an excuse for the regime in Pyongyang to change,” said Lavrov.

China has Wednesday, North Korea called no UN resolutions to invade. North Korea has Tuesday a long-range missile have been launched which according to the regime in Pyongyang is suitable for the firing of large nuclear warheads.


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The American president Trump will find that China has much more to take the threats of the regime in Pyongyang, going out, take away. He condemns the trade of China with North Korea and is wondering which side of the conflict, China is. Trump speaks his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at the end of this week at the G20 summit in Hamburg.

The UN-Veiliheidsraad comes Wednesday in a spoedzitting together to make the rocket launch of North Korea to discuss.

Trade between China and North Korea grew almost 40% in the first quarter. So much for China working with us – but we had to give it a try!


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11:21 – 05 July 2017

See also:
Why lead the nuclear weapons programme of North Korea to tensions?

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