‘North Korea crisis getting WORSE’ Boris Johnson warns Kim Jong-un threat is INTENSIFYING

Tuesday, January 16, 2018
By Paul Martin

THE North Korea crisis is getting worse despite international pressure, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has claimed in a meeting attended by panicked nations from around the world.

Tue, Jan 16, 2018

Kim Jong-un’s cruel regime has continued its headlong march towards becoming a nuclear superpower despite a string of sanctions being issued by the UN.

And the young tyrant’s threats have heightened – threatening to wipe the US ‘off the face of the earth’ as he continues his war of words with US President Donald Trump.

Now Boris Johnson has warned the crisis is “intensifying” as the hermit kingdom threatens the world with intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) capable of reaching Washington DC and London.

It comes amid a charm offensive from North Korea which has entered into talks with its southern neighbour in recent days.

At a two-day summit in Vancouver, Canada, Mr Johnson said while it was “great” Kim’s regime is offering to carry out a truce during the Winter Olympics hosted by South Korea, nations should be vigilant.

He said: “There can be no doubt that the crisis is intensifying, we had 20 tests within the last year, 20 missiles, two of which flew over Japan, and one testing of a nuclear device.

“It’s very important and encouraging that the world is not being intimidated or divided by the threat from North Korea, and actually we have come together, and in Resolution 2397 there was an unprecedented measure of global consensus about what to do and to intensify the political and economic pressure on the regime.

“It’s great that conversations are taking place between North Korea and South Korea and great there is an Olympic truce, but I hope people will recognise that the programme is continuing in North Korea and that Kim Jong-un continues with his illegal programme.

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