Ambassador to the United Nations Argentina vs Venezuela en vivo en directo live streaming free Por Internet transmisión TV 5 Septiembre 2017 Online hoy: ver horarios y canales ver partido Han Tae-sung Tuesday described his country’s recent nuclear test as a “gift” to the United States.
The South Korean president also stressed that the situation was difficult and irritating but that his country would take firm steps forward with regard to its policy to bring peace and prosperity to the Korean Peninsula with patience and a long-term perspective.
Moon described North Korea’s latest nuclear test as a serious violation of UN Security Council resolutions and reiterated its commitment to implementing peaceful resolutions on the issue.
In his speech to the UN-sponsored conference on disarmament in Geneva, two days after Pyongyang conducted its sixth nuclear test, South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency said the current defense measures taken by his country were a “gift” to the United States, To any other country.
South Korean President Moon Ji said Tuesday that he would not oppose any talks with North Korea if necessary to resolve the nuclear crisis, but said the time was not right now.
Han said the United States would receive more donations from North Korea as long as Washington relied on reckless provocations and futile attempts to put pressure on Pyongyang.
South Korean Yonhap News Agency reported that Moon made the remarks in an interview with the Russian news agency TASS before his visit to the Russian city of Vladivostok on Wednesday to attend the Eastern Economic Forum and hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Moon said Seoul was not seeking to topple North Korea’s regime, nor was it seeking unity through acquisition, but his country was seeking to establish an economic community that would achieve a common north-south prosperity, which would contribute to the development of Russia’s Far East.