North Korea threatened on Saturday to “fight the United States” if the United States hosted a military exercise with South Korea and said it would not give a friendly interview with Washington.
The United States will begin in early April with joint training, South Korea’s presidential security adviser said this week, according to the Yonhap news agency – a recent series of training that the North has often described as a threat.
“If the United States held a joint military exercise while the permanent sanctions against the current North Korean DPRK, the United States opposed its own way of reprisals of the United States is responsible for all its consequences,” said the official North KCNA in his comments, saying that the training endangers the efforts of the Peninsula peace.
The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is the official short name for the country.
On February 23, the United States announced that this would impose the greatest coercion to force North Korea to abandon its nuclear and missile programs. President Donald Trump warns about “two levels” that can be “a very unfortunate world” if the steps are not working.
North Korea nuclear program
North Korea’s unilateral sanctions, Trump, closed with Earth, but said it was open to talks with leaders of US officials during a visit by South Korean officials to the Olympics last month.
The White House said all discussions with North Korea had led to the end of its nuclear program.
North Korea repeats Saturday that it is ready to talk to the United States, but said it would not be a situation.
A spokesman for the DPRK news agency KCNA quoted state media as saying: “We do not ask for dialogue or military choice, allegedly staying around the United States”
“If it is called for peace in our country and other countries in the world to establish themselves in the Korean peninsula or the situation that no one wants developed in a violent cycle of confrontation depends entirely on the attitude of the United States,” said the spokeswoman KCNA.
South Korea is planning a special envoy to send North Korea in response to the invitation of director Kim Jong-un, South Korean President Moon Jae-Trump on Thursday.
The Pyeongchang Winter Olympics last month boosted cooperation between Korea, when the Northern Missile Program has a steep slope.