The U.S. government has put a number Russia, North Korea and Iran, and the need to solve problems associated with Pyongyang and Tehran. This was stated by the President of the aggressor country of Russia Vladimir Putin at the annual press conference, which he held for the 13th time.
“Didn’t you notice that your senators and congressmen, who look so beautiful in suits, smart, kind, people. They put us on a par with North Korea and Iran and ask us to help in resolving problems with North Korea and Iran’s nuclear program,” Putin said.
Meanwhile, Putin misspoke, calling North Korea “North Karelia”.
“You normal people in General?” he asked a rhetorical question to the journalist of Associated Press, who asked him about the DPRK.
He added: “you guys,” which caused laughter in the hall.
The Russian President recalled that Russia does not recognize North Korea as a nuclear power and considers all taking place in it is counterproductive. However, in his opinion, the West has provoked Pyongyang to withdraw from agreements on weapons.
He recalled that in 2005, Korea undertook certain commitments in a few months, the United States “thought it a little” and they said that North Korea needs to do something outside of these agreements.
“North Korea spat it all came out of all of the agreements and began to develop its nuclear program. Well, why did you do it, not enough? Provoked North Korea,” Putin added.
According to the President of the Russian Federation, the DPRK after the history of Libya and Iraq sees no other way and protected.
“Now they have improved to the point that they have missiles to reach the United States territory”, – he noted
Putin noted that the CIA doesn’t know much about North Korea, and a launch of North Korean missiles could have very serious consequences.
He also stressed that Washington on the eve expressed a willingness to negotiate with the DPRK.
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Earlier yesterday, a propaganda resource of the DPRK, the KCNA reported that North Korean dictator Kim Jong-UN has awarded scientists a totalitarian state for success in the development of nuclear missile programs and ordered them and the military to create and produce more nuclear weapons.
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