Trump and moon Jae-In called the DPRK a growing threat to much of the world

Moon Jae-In and Donald trump (in the foreground)

The US President Donald trump and the President of South Korea, moon Jae-In during the telephone call, called North Korea “a growing threat to much of the world”. About it reports Reuters, citing a White house statement.

The two leaders also welcomed the unanimous adoption of UN Security Council resolution on new sanctions against Pyongyang.

“The two leaders reaffirmed that North Korea poses a serious and growing direct threat to the United States, South Korea and Japan, as well as for most countries around the world,” said the White house.

“Leaders pledged to fully implement all relevant resolutions and to urge the international community to do it,” — said in a statement.

Saturday, August 5, the UN security Council adopted a resolution toughening sanctions against the DPRK. Now North Korea is prohibited from exporting coal, iron, lead, and seafood. Accounts of the Bank for foreign trade of the DPRK frozen North Korean vessels that violated UN resolutions, denied entry to the ports of all States.

The proposal to impose new sanctions against North Korea were made by the United States. In Washington explained this response to launches by Pyongyang’s Intercontinental ballistic missiles.

The DPRK on July 29 has confirmed the launch of a ballistic missile “And 14”. The KCNA said the test posed no threat to neighboring countries, however, is “a stern warning for the United States.” July 4, Russia and China issued a joint initiative of proposing to the DPRK to declare a moratorium on nuclear tests and missile launches, and South Korea and the United States to refrain from conducting large-scale military exercises in the region. The Washington offer was ignored.