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Following Pence’s visit to South Korea, Trump claims North Korea ‘got to behave’US Vice President Mike Pence warned North Korea and claimed that “all options are on the table.” Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump expressed hope that the conflict would be resolved without military action.
While reports claim that the White House is considering military actions against Pyongyang, US Vice President Mike Pence stated that the “era of strategic patience is over.”
During the Easter celebrations in the White House, Trump was asked about the subject and replied simply that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un “got to behave.” Later, Trump said he hoped the situation could be dealt with peacefully.
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As reported earlier by JOL, the US Vice President visited the Korean Demilitarized Zone between the Korean Peninsula’s two countries. At the border, Pence sent a message to North Korea, saying that “all options are on the table” to deal with Pyongyang’s threats.
Meanwhile, Kim Jong-un sent a letter to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and expressed “strong support and solidarity to the achievement of justice held by the Syrian government and people.” The letter also condemned the US for its “reckless act of invasion” on Syria.
After Pyongyang carried out a missile trial that failed on Sunday morning, South Korea condemned the test and warned: “The military parade yesterday and the missile launch today are a show of force that threatens the stability of the world.” A White House aide said that the test did not come as a surprise to Washington.
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