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N. Korea Says US Will Pay for Provocative Actions Against Regime

24 November 2017

Few expect that the Kim regime will easily give in to outside pressure.

On Monday, President Trump re-listed North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism, a list from which President George W. Bush removed from in 2008.

A truck returns over the Friendship Bridge, from the North Korean town of Sinuiju to the Chinese border city of Dandong, on September 5, 2017.

Such a decision had been largely expected in view of the recent case of Otto Wambier, an American college student who died after 17 months of detention in North Korea, and the apparent assassination of a half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in a Malaysian airport in February this year. The sanctions against North Korean vessels were intended to deprive the North of the means to conduct worldwide trade on which the country depends.

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It also states that Kim will not rest in his mission to develop long-range nuclear missiles.

The spokesperson said the North's nuclear arms are a deterrence to protect the nation's right to existence and progress as an independent state against Washington's anti-North Korea policy.

The secretive state has lucrative commercial relationships with several African countries, and goods traded with North Korea across Africa amount to more than $100 million a year. He added to this campaign for worldwide support in a telephone conversation Tuesday with Russia's President Vladimir Putin, seeking to enlist his support for heightened pressure against the North.

The foreign ministers for Cuba and North Korea met Wednesday to reinforce an alliance between their countries against the Trump administration's "unilateral and arbitrary" demands, rekindling a Cold War-era friendship.

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He further disclosed that the designation is long overdue step and part of the U.S.

Trump and Tillerson have both said the time for such patience is over and now is the time to act decisively. He and Trump appeared to have gotten along quite well during Trump's recent visit - an occasion for him to call for strengthening South Korea's armed forces.

The UN estimated the latest ban, imposed after its two intercontinental ballistic missile tests in July, would slash by North Korea's $3-billion annual export revenue by a third.

They say their goal was to "predict North Korea's response to various scenarios" and to "better understand how the North Korean regime treats the nuclear weapons in its possession and under what circumstances it will choose to use them".

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North Korea, however, deals commercially with China on a number of different levels, including trade across the river that is technically illegal.

N. Korea Says US Will Pay for Provocative Actions Against Regime