The head of the Pentagon called North Korean missiles do not pose a threat to the United States
Intercontinental ballistic missile North Korea does not currently pose a threat to the United States. This was stated by the Minister of defence of the States James Mattis, according to Reuters.
According to Mattis, the Pentagon is still analyzing the latest missile launch of the DPRK, which was held on November 28.
After that, the United States urged all countries to break off relations with the DPRK and threatened to “complete destruction” of the regime in Pyongyang in the event of a Declaration of war.
In response, North Korea’s foreign Ministry called the us “nuclear demon”, and later the permanent mission of the DPRK to the UN declared that Washington “have lost the political and military struggle” against Pyongyang.
President Vladimir Putin on 15 December held a telephone conversation with his us counterpart Donald trump, during which they discussed “a resolution of the nuclear issue on the Korean Peninsula”. The Kremlin said the conversation took place on the initiative of the United States. Following the negotiations, trump said that the US “wanted to help” from Putin in solving the North Korean problem.