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Russia, N Korea to discuss nuclear crisis in Moscow

Russia, N Korea to discuss nuclear crisis in Moscow

Posted: Sep. 29, 2017 8:00 am Updated: Sep.

The ministry's Mikhail Ulyanov said the country was working "behind the scenes" to find a political solution, but admitted the use of sanctions against North Korea is nearly exhausted.

Tensions have been on the rise recently over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs, accompanied by an increasingly angry war of words between North Korea and the United States.

Commenting on the issue on the eve of the meeting, Heather Nauert, US State Department spokesperson, said that Washington "can't see that as a bad thing". According to Dr Brad Roberts, former U.S. deputy assistant secretary of defence for nuclear and missile defence policy has said that attacking Australia is a choice that North Korea leader Kim Jong-un would make, without anyone having a say in it.

Dr Brad Roberts served as U.S. deputy assistant secretary of defence for nuclear and missile defence policy between 2009 and 2013, and is now in Australia briefing senior officials about regional dangers. Pointing to the sixth nuclear test by North Korea, International Atomic Energy Agency director Yukiya Amano expressed fear on the country making "very rapid progress".

"Political leaders in the South should ask the US with one voice that military options should never be considered", he said.




"However, it does not necessarily share the exact same approach".

Russian Federation has been quietly aiding North Korea via a web of shell companies on the border with the Stalinist state.

Pyongyang's leaning on Moscow as its "blood tie" with Beijing has weakened, especially after China chose to suspend all coal imports from the North in February.

A key senator in Russia's Federation Council has declared that any USA attempt to wage war against North Korea would be assessed by Moscow as an "openly hostile" action towards Russia, due to the fact that Russia and North Korea share a border.

But in the Korean Peninsula, Russia's increasing involvement is welcomed by one of the US key ally in the region, too.

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