Published: Mon, September 11, 2017
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Putin: North Korea will 'eat grass' before giving up nukes

Putin: North Korea will 'eat grass' before giving up nukes

South Korean President Moon Jae-in says more launchers were added to a contentious high-tech missile defense system because his country faces an unprecedented security threat from North Korea.

"I ask Russian Federation to actively cooperate as this time it is inevitable that North Korea's oil supply should be cut at the least", Moon told Putin, according to a readout from a South Korean official.

He said that both leaders wanted to use any opportunity for dialog.

Asked by reporters what he thought about the possibility of President Trump being impeached, Putin also quipped that Trump is "not my bride, and I am not his groom". Amid heightened tension around the North Korean nuke tests, South Korea said it will station an additional four THAAD air defense systems in the country's USA military base, local media said.

Ms Haley urged the 15-member UN Security Council to adopt the strongest possible measures to deter Kim.

But he said he believed North Korea's leadership feared any freeze of its nuclear programme would be followed by what amounted to "an invitation to the cemetery".

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Putin said that Russian Federation would sue the USA over the closure, an action that was confirmed later by the Kremlin. Abe said, "We must make North Korea understand there is no bright future for the country if it pursues the current path".

Haley said the US would circulate new draft sanctions and wants the Security Council to vote on them Monday.

The US said on Monday it would table a new United Nations resolution on tougher sanctions in the wake of the latest test of a nuclear bomb by the North on Sunday.

In an interview with the Russian news agency TASS on Tuesday, Moon said he believes now is not the time for talks and that it is important for the global community to strengthen pressure against North Korea.

Moon said Wednesday that the situation could get out of hand if North Korea's missile and nuclear tests aren't stopped.

In response to Sunday's test, the White House wants the UN Security Council to slap an oil embargo on North Korea as well as hitting dictator Kim Jong Un with a travel ban and freezing his assets.

China and Russian Federation have advocated a "freeze for freeze" plan, where the United States and South Korea stop major military exercises in exchange for North Korea halting its weapons programs, but neither side is willing to budge.

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South Korea's Defense Ministry announced on September 7 that the deployment of a THAAD missile defense system has been completed.

North Korea claims it now has a nuclear warhead that's able to be mounted on an intercontinental ballistic missile. It may lead to a planetary catastrophe and a colossal casualty rate.

"But as South Korean President Moon Jae-in makes his debut on the Russian stage it's his bilateral summits on the margins of the regional forum stealing the limelight especially as his visit comes as global concerns grow over Pyongyang's powerful nuclear test this past weekend". The two countries are said to have agreed to manage the issues in a stable manner and strengthen future-oriented cooperation.

Putin repeated his assertion that sanctions and pressure won't be enough to rein in North Korea.

Russian Federation has a land border with North Korea less than 20-km long.

Amid fears that the North Korean regime was planning a ballistic missile test similar to that conducted on July 4, the U.S. escalated its rhetoric and called upon the UN Security Council to completely isolate the so-called hermit kingdom from the outside world, including the severance of its fuel-trade channel with China.

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