In the United States was reluctant to quarrel with North Korea

In the United States was reluctant to quarrel with North Korea

The US does not want to quarrel with North Korea. This was stated by the Secretary of state Rex Tillerson, his words reports BBC News.

“We don’t want regime change, we don’t want a collapse of the regime, we do not want an accelerated reunification of the [Korean] Peninsula, and we are not looking for an excuse to send troops North of the 38th parallel,” — said the head of the state Department.

He noted that the US does not threaten North Korea, but Pyongyang is a significant threat, which Washington is forced to respond.

August 1, Senator Lindsey Graham said in an interview with NBC that the President of the United States Donald trump is ready for war with the DPRK. “If we need war to stop [the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-UN] — there will be war. If thousands die, and they die there, not here. He [trump] told me right in the face,” explained Graham.

On July 29, the DPRK confirmed the launch of a ballistic missile “And 14”. The North Korean Agency KCNA reported that the test did not pose a threat to neighboring countries, however, is “a stern warning for the United States.”

Later, the state Department stated that it strongly condemn the launch. Secretary Rex Tillerson laid a special responsibility for the rising tensions around North Korea to Russia and China. According to him, Moscow and Beijing allow Pyongyang to develop its nuclear and missile programs, while Washington and are looking for a peaceful denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and will never recognize the right of the DPRK on nuclear weapons.