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President Trump on Monday, he said, with a view to the recent North Korea missile tests, unlike some of his close advisers and said that he was disturbed by Pyongyang’s decision to fire.
Trump, who is to meet with Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Tokyo to discuss a variety of topics, told reporters that North Korea’s Kim Jong-Un is interested in an economically strong state, not in conflict.
“North Korea fired some small arms, which disturbed some of my people, and others, but not me,” Trump tweeted earlier.
Trump’s statement came after his national security adviser, John Bolton, said on Saturday that the tests “no doubt,” violated UN resolutions. North Korea, in response, allegedly called Bolton a “war drivers” and “defective human product.”
Japan share Bolton’s view of things, according to Reuters.
“Personally, I think that a lot of good things to come with North Korea. I feel that. I may be right, I may be mistaken, but I have the feeling that,” Trump said.
North Korea tested short-range ballistic missiles ” on 4. May and 9, the end of a pause, starts, started at the end of 2017. The tests were seen as a way for North Korea to pressure Washington to soften its stance on easing of sanctions against them, without reducing in fact, the negotiations caused.
The negotiations between Washington and Pyongyang have been at a standstill since February. Kim has said that the United States has come to the end of the year to save with mutually acceptable terms and conditions for an agreement, the negotiations.
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Bolton is not “recognized that the United States listen to, a lot of North Korea” since the summit in Hanoi, Vietnam. The U.S. special envoy for North Korea, Stephen Biegun, “can’t wait to talk to his North Korean counterpart, but you have not answered,” Bolton said, adding that Biegun was “ready at any time to get on a plane and go somewhere.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report