The Pentagon announced that fighter bombers and other warplanes flew over the North Korean border.
"Bomber B-1 Eagle bombers took off Saturday morning from the Pacific island of Guam, as well as F-15C Eagle aircraft," Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White said in a statement. From the Okinawa area (in Japan), flew over international waters on the eastern border of North Korea. "
The "White" that "the fighters flew at the farthest point north of the demilitarized zone," asserting that the purpose of this step "to show the seriousness of the United States to North Korea."
"This mission is an indication of the clear and firm message of the United States that there are a large number of military options for President (Donald Trump) to eliminate any threat (from North Korea)," she said.
Earlier Saturday, the Chinese government announced a suspension of textile imports from North Korea and the reduction of oil exports to it, in the framework of UN Security Council resolutions. Finished