North Korea slams new measure against Nuclear development

North Korea slams new measure against Nuclear development

North Korea slams new measure against Nuclear development

The foreign ministers for Cuba and North Korea met Wednesday to reinforce an alliance between their countries against the Trump administration's "unilateral and arbitrary" demands, rekindling a Cold War-era friendship. The sanctions specifically named four companies in Dandong that have been trading with North Korea despite United Nations sanctions that China's President Xi Jinping has said he fully supports.

The U.S. has opened a bold new assault on North Korea's nuclear-and-missile program with a one-two punch designating the North as a "state sponsor of terror" and then imposing new sanctions. The North Koreans said President Trump's decision to put North Korea back on a list of states that sponsor terrorism is a "serious provocation".

The Republican president, who has traded personal insults with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un but has not ruled out talks, said the Treasury Department will announce additional sanctions against North Korea on Tuesday.

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Few expect that the Kim regime will easily give in to outside pressure. "Again this is all part of us continuing to turn this pressure up".

It said the US action shows North Korea should continue to "keep the treasured nuclear sword in our hands more tightly" to protect itself from American hostility. One of his favorite comments is the USA should have re-designated North Korea as a sponsor of terror "a long time ago" - that was a dig against Obama's policy of "strategic patience" in dealing with the North.

Critics contend that sanctions have not had significant impact on North Korean policies while Kim has engaged in more missile tests than were ordered by his father, Kim Jong-Il, or grandfather, the founder of the regime, Kim Il-Sung.

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North Korea also made $300 million in arms sales in 2015, according to South Korean sources. In recent months, the North conducted its most powerful nuclear test yet and tested a pair of intercontinental ballistic missiles that could potentially reach the USA mainland if perfected.

Lately there has been some increased rhetoric regarding the continued situation in North Korea.

North Korea will re-join Iran, Sudan, and Syria who are in the USA list of state terrorism, as these countries "repeatedly provided support for acts of global terrorism".

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USA officials cited the killing of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's estranged half-brother in a Malaysian airport earlier this year as an act of terrorism.

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