Confrontation with North Korea not imminent

Confrontation with North Korea not imminent

Confrontation with North Korea not imminent

H.R. McMaster, the White House national security advisor, said Trump, who alarmed many with his incendiary remarks about North Korea over the last week, had not drawn any "red line" regarding Kim's nuclear program.

After Kim Jong-un threatened the USA this week to fire missiles at Guam Both leaders discussed the escalating tension over the phone.

He said President Trump was just trying to give the country's people hope when he floated the idea on Friday that the USA would take military action after condemning Venezuelan leader Nicholas Maduro for human rights abuses and calling for him to hold "free and fair elections".

The top USA intelligence official said on Sunday he would not be surprised if North Korea tested another missile, given that it had two tests in July, amid rising tensions between the two nations.

Pompeo said it would not be surprising if North Korea sought to strengthen its nuclear arsenal and even test another missile. As North Korea continues to threat United State by its nuclear testing program.

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Before that, however, North Korea's military announced it was working on a plan to "contain" the USA air, naval, and missile bases on the Pacific island of Guam by firing four intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBMs) to "envelop" it.

Mr. Trump this week vowed to rain "fire and fury like the world has never seen" down on North Korea if it threatened the United States.

Global communities including India agrees that North Korea Is imposing serious threat against the United State.

CIA Director Mike Pompeo said on Sunday he would not be surprised if North Korea tested another missile, given that it had two tests in July.

"The country may be hit by serious food shortages that affect ordinary people", Ri warned, while noting that "there is no guarantee that Mr. Kim Jong Un will change his mind through seeing people suffer". They have already done two in July, has also advanced Mike Pompeo, in reference to the two test-firing of intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) carried out by the regime in July. "We call on the relevant parties to be cautious with their words and actions, and contribute more toward easing tensions and enhancing mutual trust", Geng said in a statement.

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There is no imminent threat of a nuclear war with North Korea, the top U.S. intelligence official says, amid growing tensions between the countries.

In response, Mr Trump said North Korea should expect "big, big trouble" if anything happened to Guam.

In an interview with German newspaper group RND, Gabriel said the manoeuvres "could lead to North Korea using the opportunity for renewed provocation, for example, by firing an intermediate-range missile at Guam".

"The United States military is always locked and loaded", he said.

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