Nikki Haley: “It Is A New Day At The United Nations”

He posted on Twitter: “I spoke with President Moon of South Korea last night”.

Another was full of praise, user @Hisladydiana writing: ‘President Trump stay strong we know your doing everything you can to establish a peaceful agreement.

North Korea has fired missiles over Japan, an ally of the U.S., and recently tested its most powerful bomb, Sydney Morning Herald notes.

New measures included a cap on oil imports and a ban on textile imports but fell short of the original US proposal for a full oil embargo due to opposition from China and Russian Federation.

US Secretary of Defence General James Mattis would “take care” of North Korea if required, now that all diplomatic options had been employed, said Haley.

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Referencing the US defense secretary, Haley said, “If that doesn’t work, General Mattis will take care of it”. According to the US and South Korean military, the missile was launched from the Pyongyang area.

“The increased moves of the USA and its vassal forces to impose sanctions and pressure … will only increase our pace towards the ultimate completion of the state nuclear force”, the North’s foreign ministry spokesman said in a statement carried by its official KCNA news agency.

South Korea and the U.S. will also conduct a combined missile alert drill joined by Japan between late September and early October, according to the ministry.

She says war is undesirable but adds that “something has got to be done” if North Korea continues to threaten the US and its allies.

Meanwhile, the USA has issued yet another strong warning to North Korea to scale down its weapons programmes.

Mr Mattis recently stressed America’s ability to marshal an “overwhelming” and “massive” military response that could result in the “total annihilation” of North Korea.

Defying a fresh round of tough new UN Security Council sanctions on its textile exports and crude oil imports, North Korea launched a missile over Japan into the Pacific Ocean last week, prompting global condemnation.

U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said Sunday “North Korea will be destroyed” if the forced to defend itself against the belligerent country. So, was the president’s fire and fury remark an empty threat?

“We are trying to use every diplomatic possibility …”

Military options, he said, should “unequivocally” be taken off the table: “That time had passed”.

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson told CBS’ “Face the Nation” that the US has attempted to engage Pyongyang, to no avail.

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