Russia, China call for restraint after Donald Trump's comment on North Korea

Russia, China call for restraint after Donald Trump's comment on North Korea

"As for the Korean Peninsula, certainly Moscow calls and continues calling on all parties to the conflict and those sides related to these affairs to show restraint and avoid any steps that may only worsen the situation", the Kremlin spokesman said commenting on US President Donald Trump's statement on North Korea.

President Trump continues to take to Twitter to angrily rail against the notion of diplomacy towards North Korea, insisting over the weekend that North Korea had been "making fools" of the USA in any talks in the past.

"Presidents and their administrations have been talking to North Korea for 25 years, agreements made and massive amounts of money paid. hasn't worked, agreements violated before the ink was dry, makings fools of United States negotiators".

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"There is one thing the US Army can do and that is you have got to be ready to ensure that we have military options that our President can employ if needed", Mattis said in a speech at an annual US Army conference. "I think this one's the worst of the group - but they started doing what they were doing", Trump said, referring first to then North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and then his son and current leader Kim Jong-un. Trump also emphasized that the US has a very strong military, and said that now more than ever is the time to have a great military.

When Conspiracy Talk News asked him on Saturday about the cryptic tweet, Trump replied: "You'll figure that out pretty soon".

Trump tweeting about violating agreements is laughable at best. "Just a total mess", CNN quoted President Trump as saying in an extensive interview.

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Trump's comments seemed to further suggest that military action was on his mind.

His tweets sound particularly ominous given his recent rhetoric on North Korea.

A top Korea analyst at the Central Intelligence Agency last week said that the USA government should be ready for another North Korean provocation this week - not least because the anniversary overlaps with Columbus Day in the United States, given the 12-hour, 30-minute time difference between Pyongyang and Washington.

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White House officials were no more helpful, insisting only that "all options are on the table".

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