The US has threatened North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN’s complete destruction of his regime in case of war. This was stated by the U.S. permanent representative to the UN security Council Nikki Haley during a speech on emergency security Council meeting in connection with the recent missile test by North Korea.

“We never sought war with North Korea and still we do not seek. If war comes, it will happen only because of the continuing acts of aggression, the witness of which we were yesterday (the launch of another North Korean missiles November 28 – ed.). And if you would start a war, no doubt, the North Korean regime will be completely destroyed.” she said.

Haley said that the United States has turned to China to halt oil supplies to North Korea, that will be a significant step, especially in winter, because Beijing is a major trading partner of Pyongyang.

“We know that the main engine of nuclear development, is oil. 30% import is oil. China – the main supplier of crude oil. China must stop supplying crude oil,” she called.

The Ambassador on behalf of the United States called upon all States to break off diplomatic relations and trade with North Korea and cut all ties.

See also: the United States hopes to solve the issue with the DPRK “peaceful pressure” – Tillerson

Earlier today, 30 November, it was reported that the President of the United States Donald trump had a telephone conversation with President of China XI Jinping and announced a new package of sanctions against the DPRK.

November 20, trump returned to North Korea to list of state sponsors of terrorism, thereby clearing the way for the introduction of more stringent sanctions against the totalitarian state which creates nicotianamine ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons.

On Tuesday, November 28, North Korea was launched missile. Presumably, it was an Intercontinental ballistic missile.

See also: South Korea responded to the rocket launch by the DPRK and tested

The DPRK regime will be completely destroyed in case of war – USA 30.11.2017

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