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We Will Be The Most Powerful And Fearful Nuclear Power : North Korea

We Will Be The Most Powerful And Fearful Nuclear Power : North Korea

We Will Be The Most Powerful And Fearful Nuclear Power : North Korea

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has backtracked from an early offer of unconditional talks with North Korea.

Mr Trump had on Friday complained that "Russia is not helping" to pressure North Korea to halt its nuclear weapons programme.

The top U.S. envoy for North Korea said Friday that "real dialogue" is needed to gauge what Pyongyang wants from its accelerated drive towards nuclear weapons statehood.

Tillerson did double down on the administration's tough talk, even as other countries warned that USA rhetoric and actions are part of the problem. In September, North Korea tested what it said was a hydrogen bomb.

The US is even more determined to continue its peaceful pressure campaign, Tillerson said, with the goal of "setting the conditions for North Korea to engage in serious negotiations toward the complete, verifiable, and irreversible abandonment of its nuclear weapons programs". "Third, offering channels of communication with all parties", Guterres noted.

Tillerson repeated that "we do not seek, nor do we want, war with North Korea".

The Security Council comprises five permanent members - Britain, China, France, Russia and the United States - and 10 nonpermanent members.

He said USA communication channels with North Korea remain open and the North knows that. As Yun's shuttle diplomacy proceeds, Trump, Tillerson and Defence Secretary James Mattis should coordinate their stances and give the world a clear picture of the direction they want to follow.

North Korea's United Nations ambassador, Ja Song Nam, did not mention the possibility of talks with the U.S.in his rare appearance before the Security Council on Friday.

He asserted that his country could "fully guarantee" that there had been no "illegal transfer of nuclear weapons, its technology and weapon-grade nuclear materials".

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"Continuing to allow North Korean laborers to toil in slave-like conditions inside Russian Federation in exchange for wages used to fund nuclear weapons programs calls into question Russia's dedication as a partner for peace", Tillerson said.

Tillerson extended that challenge to other countries that have been slow to fully implement existing resolutions on North Korea, saying that it calls "into question whether your vote is a commitment to words only, but not actions". He showed willingness to sit down with the North "with no preconditions".

The sanctions are estimated to decrease North Korea's export revenue by $2.3 billion. Instead, he called the council meeting "a desperate measure plotted by the USA being terrified by the incredible might of our republic that has successfully achieved the great historic cause of completing the state nuclear force".

"It is not helpful to impose on any one party the responsibility for resolving the problem", Wu said.

China's deputy United Nations ambassador, Wu Haitao, called for early resumption of dialogue.

He made the comments as he discussed the possibility of the United States pulling its forces from South Korea in a bid to encourage China to overthrown Kim Jong-un.

But the waves of multilateral and direct U.S. sanctions that have been imposed on Kim Jong Un's regime following its missile launches and nuclear tests have now made operations so hard that some agencies are pulling out.

In opening Friday's Security Council session, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged the world to start communicating with North Korea to reduce the risk of "miscalculation or misunderstanding".

The UN's political affairs chief, Jeffrey Feltman, returned at the weekend from talks in Pyongyang - the first visit to the North by a high-ranking UN official since 2011.

He appeared to change course Friday, saying any talks must be preceded by a "sustained cessation of North Korea's threatening behavior".

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