Trump asks UN “tougher” sanctions against North Korea

The people got blindfolded for decades and now is time to solve the problem, insisted the Republican. | Photo: Reuters

The President of United States (U.S.), Donald Trump, he considered Monday that the Council of security of the Organization of the United Nations (UN) should be imposed “additional tougher sanctions” against North Korea, before the tensions generated by its nuclear programs and ballistic missiles.
“This is a real threat to the world, North Korea is a major global problem and is a problem that we must finally resolve,” insisted representative ambassadors of the Member countries of the Security Council, during a lunch at the White House.
“The people got blindfolded for decades and now is time to solve the problem,” added the Republican.
> Xi called for moderation with Pyongyang in conversation with Trump at the same time, Trump held a phone conversation on Korea of the North, with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Chinese President Xi Jinping, who reaffirmed “the emergence of the threat posed by ballistic and nuclear programs of North Korea and pledged to strengthen coordination to achieve the denuclearization of the Korea peninsula” , according to a statement from the White House.
However, China is firmly opposed to any action which is contrary to the resolutions of the Security Council of the United Nations and hoped that “all parties exercise restraint and avoid doing something that worsen the tense situation on the peninsula,” according to a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Chinese.
> North Korea threatens “reduced to ashes” to the United States.
The Pyongyang government warned on Sunday that the deployment of the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson is “an extremely dangerous act by those who are planning a nuclear war to invade North Korea” and threatened US with destroying “one fell swoop” aircraft carrier which is located in the Philippine Sea, as a prelude to the Korean peninsula.

The aircraft carrier Carl Vinson has nearly 70 aircraft, 24 F/A-18 cazabombardeos, ten aircraft tanks, ten S-3A antisubmarine aircraft, six anti-submarine helicopters SH – 3 H, four EA-6B electronic warfare planes and four early warning E-2 aircraft. | Photo: Reuters.

> China confirms military presence in North Korean border