An official for North Korea warned that the world should take his country's threat to test a nuclear weapon above ground literally.
In response to President Donald Trump's warning at the United Nations that the USA will "totally destroy" North Korea if it forces America's hand, the North Korean leader threatened to "tame" Trump "with fire," vowing to take the "highest-level" action.
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Speaking on a visit to NY for the United Nations General Assembly last month, Ri Yong Ho, the foreign minister, raised the possibility that North Korea could test a powerful hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean. As North Korea has tested increasingly powerful weaponry and threatened to obliterate its enemies, the Trump administration has responded with vows to punish Korea with force if necessary.
"The foreign minister is very well aware of the intentions of our supreme leader, so I think you should take his words literally", Ri told CNN. The US may choose to strike North Korea to prevent such a test, experts say.
At the interview, Ri also declined having diplomatic channels with USA, contrary to the claims of US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
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The previous nuclear test conducted by Pyongyang in September was followed by worldwide condemnation and the adoption of the UN Security Council resolution imposing so far the toughest sanctions on North Korea.
Experts assessed this threat to mean that North Korea would fire a missile with a live nuclear bomb over the Pacific and detonate in the atmosphere above the ocean. They're pressuring us on all fronts with sanctions.
The U.S. wants North Korea to understand that there is a "different path it can choose", Choi said.
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The standoff is expected to come into further focus as Trump travels to South Korea, China and Japan in early November on his first official trip to Asia.