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27 December 2017, 01:41 | Marta Robbins
Moscow: Lavrov, Tillerson Discuss Need For Urgent NKorea Negotiations
Russian Federation is ready to act as a mediator between North Korea and the United States if both parties are willing for it to play such a role, the Kremlin said on Tuesday.
Russian Federation and China on Monday sought for a peaceful resolution to the tensions surrounding North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile activity.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and the White House have sent mixed messages regarding the administration's stance toward North Korea after Pyongyang launched an intercontinental ballistic missile late last month.
The new US steps were the latest in a campaign aimed at forcing North Korea - which has defied years of multilateral and bilateral sanctions - to abandon a weapons program aimed at developing nuclear-tipped missiles capable of hitting the United States.
The new sanctions include sharply cutting limits on North Korea's imports of refined oil and orders the repatriation of all North Korean nationals working overseas by the end of 2019. 29 test of an ICBM that Pyongyang said put all of the USA mainland within range of its nuclear weapons.
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Lavrov disagreed with USA threats of military intervention and further sanctions against North Korea, instead pushing for US diplomacy to seek a more peaceful approach to negotiations, the statement said.
Camera IconRussia wants to smooth tensions between the USA and North Korea.
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have been trading words against each other as the country slowly inches towards achieving nuclear missile capability.
In a statement carried by the official KCNA news agency, North Korea said the United States was terrified by its nuclear force and was getting "more and more frenzied in the moves to impose the harshest-ever sanctions and pressure on our country". "That is, there is a correlation between periods when the U.S.is at the negotiating table with North Korea, in a bilateral or multilateral setting, and a decrease in DPRK provocations".
China has expressed concern about the humanitarian effects of sanctions, and has repeatedly called for constructive efforts to ease tensions.
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