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Cuba does not support hostility of Trump towards North Korea

  • Cuba does not support hostility of Trump towards North Korea

New York: Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodríguez Parrilla has spoken out against the hostile policy of President of the United States of America Donald Trump regarding North Korea. Parries during a speech at the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly said that this could lead to a nuclear war.

"We reject the threat of the complete destruction of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, where 25 million people live. The war is not an option on the Korean peninsula. This threatens the existence of hundreds of millions of people in this region, as well as in neighboring countries; this will lead to a nuclear war with unpredictable consequences, "the Cuban Foreign Minister said in his speech.

In his opinion, only through dialogue and negotiations, it will be possible to achieve a political solution that should take into account the legitimate interests of all parties involved. In addition, Cuba is in favor of North Korea's nuclear disarmament.

"We support the full denuclearization of the Korean peninsula, without any foreign interference, with absolute respect for sovereign equality and the territorial integrity of states and strictly observing the principle of non-use or threat of use of force," Parilla said.

He also criticized the sanctions of President of the United States of America Donald Trump against Cuba.

US Permanent Representative to the UN Nikki Haley said that if North Korea continues its reckless behavior, the United States will have to defend or defend its allies, and North Korea will be destroyed.

Only in the first two weeks of September North Korea conducted five launches of ballistic missiles. In response, the President of the United States of America Donald Trump promised to arrange for the leader of the DPRK Kim Jong-un a serious test, "which cannot be compared with anything."

The leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-un, did not remain in debt and said that US President Donald Trump would pay dearly for threats against the country.


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