The white house: a policy of “strategic patience” toward North Korea over
WASHINGTON, 20 Mar — RIA Novosti. “Strategic patience” of the U.S. nuclear launches in North Korea has ended, a signal sent as part of the negotiations with its partners in the Asian tour, U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson, assured Monday the representative of the White house Sean Spicer.
“The Secretary of state sent a clear signal to North Korea that the policy of strategic patience ended,” he told reporters at a briefing. And added that “the United States urges China to be more involved in solving the issue of nuclear threats from North Korea.”
The DPRK recently conducted a series of missile launches. After the next missile tests, the DPRK the US and South Korea decided to speed up the placement of anti-missile system THAAD on the Korean site.
Earlier Friday, U.S. Secretary of state Rex Tillerson during an Asian tour has said that Washington does not exclude “military confrontation” with Pyongyang if North Korea continues to threaten South Korea and American troops stationed there.