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The head of the White house believes that the DPRK threat is controllable

Kelly about North Korea: we Now believe that the threat is manageable

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Now the threat from North Korea is manageable. This was stated by the head of the administration of U.S. President John Kelly at the briefing, the press service of the White house.

He noted that now the concern for many Americans living on the island of GUAM.

“We believe that the threat is manageable, but if it is going to grow, let’s hope diplomacy will work,” he said.

Since 2006, North Korea has produced six nuclear weapons tests. Last September 3 of this year. Over the past two months she has conducted several ballistic missiles.

The UN Security Council on 11 September adopted a resolution on toughening of sanctions against North Korea by selecting the ban on exports of North Korean textiles as well as hard limits on supply the country of petroleum products, particularly crude oil and condensates.

30 September the US state Department said that officials of North Korea has not shown signs of interest in talks on denuclearization, despite the fact that the United States had direct communication channels with the DPRK.

On 1 October the President of the United States Donald trump advised the Secretary of state Rex Tillerson not to waste time in search of dialogue with the DPRK.

October 7, the us President wrote on Twitter that “the presidents and their administration talked to North Korea 25 years, entered into agreements and paid huge sums of money, but it didn’t work”.

“I’m sorry, but there’s only one thing this could work,” he concluded.

When reporters asked trump to explain his latest tweet, he stated that “there is nothing to explain”. To the question, what “one thing” can work, the President said, “pretty soon You’ll see it.”

On 9 October the Minister of defence James Mattis said that the U.S. army must be ready for “military options” for dealing with North Korea.

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