mattis promises overwhelming response if north korea uses nuclear weapons

عبارت mattis promises overwhelming response if north korea uses nuclear weapons در بین اطلاعات کلیه وب سایتها جستجو شده و نتایج با ذکر منبع نمایش داده شده است. با توجه به جمع آوری خودکار مطالب از وب سایتها لطفا در صورت مشاهده هرگونه تخلف و یا اخبار و مطالب نا مناسب و یا اعتراض به انتشار مطالب بر روی لینک ‘درخواست حذف’ کلیک نمائید.

james mattis is taking a hardline stance against north korea over its saber-rattling, promising an “effective and overwhelming” response should the country ever use nuclear weapons.
u.s. defense secretary jim mattis said on urday that he could not imagine united states ever accepting a nuclear north korea, warning that its idly a ncing nuclear and missile programs would undermine, not strengthen, its security.
south korea will never tolerate north korea as a nuclear state, nor will seoul have nuclear weapons, president moon jae-in said on wednesday, as china pledged to work on denuclearization after setting aside a dispute with seoul over an anti-missile system.
thermal images of north korea's main nuclear site show pyongyang may have reprocessed more plutonium than previously thought that can be used to enlarge its nuclear weapons stockpile, a u.s. think tank said on friday.
north korea said on monday that the missile it launched over the weekend was a new type of "medium long-range" ballistic rocket that can carry a heavy nuclear warhead. a jubilant leader kim jong-un promised more nuclear and missile tests and warned that north korean weapons could strike the us mainland and pacific holdings.
a chinese envoy arrives in south korea on monday to discuss north korea's increasingly defiant weapons program as a u.s. navy strike group heads to the region amid concerns pyongyang may be readying a fresh nuclear test.
u.s. defense secretary jim mattis is expected to press for greater cooperation to contain north korea's nuclear and missile threat at a regional security forum in singapore later this week, where for years washington has sought to spotlight china's expansion in the strategic south china sea.
us president donald trump on tuesday strongly pressured north korea to give up its nuclear weapons and criticised a landmark iran nuclear deal in his first speech at the united nations (un) general embly, china's xinhua news agency reported.
us president donald trump has declared he would be willing to go it alone to restrain north korea's nuclear weapons program should china fail to change the situation, saying if beijing won't help solve it, then "we will" alone.
plans to deploy an american antimissile battery to south korea and the growing north korean threat will be at the top of james mattis’s agenda this week when the new defense secretary visits south korea and japan on his first foreign trip.
donald trump said on wednesday that russia was hurting u.s. efforts to rid north korea of nuclear weapons while china had been helpful.
more than 120 nations adopted the first international treaty banning nuclear weapons on friday at the united nations headquarters in new york city. the initiative—led by austria, brazil, mexico, south africa, and new zealand—was approved by 122 votes, with only the netherlands opposed, and singapore abstaining. the nine countries generally recognized as possessing nuclear weapons—the u.s., russia, britain, china, france, india, pakistan, north korea, and israel—were noticeably absent from the negotiations, as were most members of nato.
two us b-1b lancer bombers flew over the korean peninsula friday in response to north korea's increasing ballistic missile and nuclear threat, according to the us pacific air forces.
north korean leader kim jong un said his nuclear weapons are a “powerful deterrent” which guarantee north korea’s sovereignty, state media reported on sunday, hours after u.s. president donald trump said “only one thing will work” in dealing with the isolated country.
north korea said on monday it had successfully test-fired a new type of medium- to long-range ballistic missile a day earlier, claiming further a ncement in a weapons program it is pursuing in violation of united nations resolutions.
u.s. president donald trump will urge united nations member states on tuesday to turn up the pressure on north korea to give up its nuclear weapons, using his maiden speech to the world body to address what he considers the top global challenge.
north korea has warned that it will inflict “the greatest pain and suffering” on the us if it continues to call for fresh sanctions in response to the regime’s sixth nuclear test last week.
us president donald trump and japanese prime minister shinzo abe agreed on friday to expand sanctions against north korea over its continued development of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, the white house said.
u.s. defense secretary jim mattis hinted on monday about the existence of military options on north korea that might spare seoul from a brutal counterattack but declined to say what kind of options he was talking about or whether they involved the use of lethal force.
the recent warning from north korea’s foreign minister of a possible atmospheric nuclear test over the pacific ocean should be taken literally, a senior north korean official told cnn in an interview aired on wednesday.
president donald trump on wednesday called on russia and china to do more to confront north korea, while also offering the hermit nation a “brighter path” if it abandoned its nuclear weapons program.
u.s. defense secretary jim mattis said he would talk with asian allies about north korea and the crisis caused by pyongyang’s “reckless” provocations, as he kicked off a week-long trip to the region on monday to meet defense chiefs in the philippines.
north korea warned sunday that the upcoming us-south korea military exercises are "reckless behavior driving the situation into the uncontrollable phase of a nuclear war."
china understands how dangerous north korea's nuclear program has become and agrees action must be taken to stop it, us secretary of state rex tillerson said sunday, as the us sent an aircraft carrier strike group toward the korean peninsula.
senior defence officials from the united states, south korea and japan held trilateral talks and urged north korea to walk away from its “destructive and reckless path” of weapons development, the u.s. military said in a statement.
as tensions between the us and north korea has been in the rise during the last weeks, north korean leaders are trying to show strength by conducting a military parade, showcasing their long-range ballistic missiles. at the same time, they have warned the us that any act of aggression could lead to a harsh response.
two minor tremors detected on urday from north korea were probably aftershocks from the country’s m ive nuclear test in early september, a us geological survey official said.
the european union's foreign and defence ministers will discuss further sanctions for north korea, the bloc's top diplomat said, part of increasing international pressure after pyongyang conducted its largest nuclear test at the weekend.
the eu and nato condemned sunday’s ballistic missile launch by north korea. brussels called on the isolationist regime to abandon its weapons programs and instead engage in “credible and meaningful dialogue with the international community” while nato demanded that north korea “comply with its international obligations.”
u.s. secretary of state rex tillerson will chair a united nations security council meeting on north korea on april 28 to discuss how the body can combat pyongyang's banned nuclear and missile programs, u.s. amb ador nikki haley said on monday.
south korea and the united states launched their largest-ever joint aerial drills on monday, officials said, a week after north korea said it had tested its most a nced missile as part of a weapons program that has raised global tensions.
donald trump took a conciliatory tone at his meeting with chinese president xi jinping where the leaders agreed to keep working on the nuclear threat posed by north korea and bilateral trade irritants.
german chancellor angela merkel told a newspaper she would be prepared to become involved in a diplomatic initiative to end the north korean nuclear and missiles programme, and suggested the iran nuclear talks could be a model.
kim jong un has promised to complete north korea's nuclear programme in the face of strengthening sanctions.
donald trump’s government on monday ruled out talks with north korea over its nuclear programme and the fate of americans being held there.
donald trump on friday said that the united states had run out of patience with north korean regime and its nuclear missile programmes. the united states president met south korea’s new leader moon jae-in on friday at the white house and called for a “determined response” to the north.
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