North Korea warns Trump of threat language
North Korea issued a stern warning to US President Donald Trump warning him that threats, threats and pressure should be abandoned before the expected meeting with Kim Jong-un.
The warning comes ahead of the first meeting between the US president and the North Korean leader, in an attempt to defuse tension between the two countries and bring peace and reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula.
A North Korean foreign ministry official said in a statement on Sunday (May 6th) that the United States should stop using "pressure" and "military threats" to Pyongyang ahead of the summit. Expected between the leaders of the two countries.
"The United States and its president (Trump) must stop completely any deliberate statements that could make North Korea angry, if they want peace with them."
"Washington is trying to mislead public opinion by promoting the idea that North Korea's commitment to denuclearization has resulted from sanctions and other pressure, and Washington is trying to destroy the current good climate by trying to deploy military units on the Korean Peninsula," he said.