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President of South Korea urged DPRK to stop hostile policy

  • President of South Korea urged DPRK to stop hostile policy

NewYork: South Korean President Moon Jae-in urged North Korea to end its hostile policies and abandon the nuclear program. He said this at a meeting of the UN General Assembly.

"North Korea must stop all actions that led to its isolation and choose the path of dialogue. I call on North Korea to abandon its hostile policy towards other countries and abandon its nuclear program. All efforts of the international community in the future should be strengthened, the world must respond to the actions of North Korea. All states must implement resolutions of the UN Security Council," Jae-in said.

Recall, yesterday, September 19, US President Donald Trump delivered a speech at a meeting of the UN General Assembly, he mentioned the threats to sovereignty, the possibility of destroying North Korea, the resolution of the conflict in Syria and the fact that the future depends on the UN.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in said that US President Donald Trump's position on North Korea is very serious and clear. He also said that South Korea does not want the collapse of the DPRK.


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