North Korea THREAT: Trump tells world to do what they have to to TERMINATE Kim regime

Friday, January 26, 2018
By Paul Martin

NORTH KOREA could be facing a new swathe of pressure from the international community after US President Donald Trump called on his allies to do whatever they can to denuclearise the rogue state.

Fri, Jan 26, 2018

North Korea has been fanning fears of World War 3 with its refusal to shut down its nuclear development programme.

US President Trump used his speech in front of leading members of the global business community in Davos to once again rally support to put an end to the North Korean threat.

Mr Trump said: “My Administration is proud to have led the historic effort at the United Nations Security Council and all around the world to unite all civilised nations in our campaign of maximum pressure to de-nuke the Korean peninsula.

“To make the world safer from rogue regimes, terrorism and revisionist powers, we are asking our friends and allies to invest in their own defences and to meet their financial obligations.

“Our common security requires everyone to contribute their fair share.”

President Trump campaigned in favour of harsher UN economic sanctions against North Korea after Kim Jong-un failed to put an end to his missile testing campaign despite repeated warnings.

Last year, North Korea conducted dozens of missile launches and its sixth and largest nuclear test, in defiance of UN Security Council resolutions, as it raced towards its goal of developing a nuclear-armed missile capable of reaching the United States.

The President also announced the United States would further invest in its military to ensure the protection of US citizens and its allies from the threat of the Kim regime.

Speaking in Switzerland, Donald Trump continued: “We are making historic investments in the American military because we cannot have prosperity without security.”

In an attempt to defuse tensions, Kim accepted offers to enter peace talks with South Korea ahead of the Winter Olympics Games scheduled to take place in February.

After their first formal talks in more than two years this month, officials from the two Koreas have been visiting each other to facilitate the North’s participation in the Olympics, to be held in the South’s alpine resort town of Pyeongchang.

North Korea has waged a publicity campaign around its attendance, calling on “all Koreans at home and abroad” to promote inter-Korean cooperation.

But US Vice President Mike Pence, who will represent the United States at the Olympics, said he would seek to counter what he described as an effort by North Korea to “hijack” the Games with a propaganda campaign.

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