Escalating further possibilities of a nuclear war, US President Donald Trump recently warned North Korea that he commands a "much bigger" and "more powerful" arsenal of devastating weapons than the Asian nation. "And at the appropriate time, we'll get involved".
South Korea's defence ministry has said they have yet to see any evidence of an imminent missile launch but there is always a chance North Korea could test missiles at any time. They should tell him that more engagement and more talk are generally good things.
Moon, a liberal, has been pushing to improve strained ties and restore stalled co-operation projects with North Korea since his inauguration in May, though he joined US -led worldwide efforts to apply more pressure and sanctions on the North.
He earlier agreed to postpone the annual Foal Eagle military drills with South Korea until after the Winter Paralympics in PyeongChang."Without my rhetoric and without my tough stance".More news: HBO's new teaser for 'Fahrenheit 451' movie blazes to life
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South Korea and the United States chose to postpone their annual military exercise Key Resolve and Foul Eagle until after the Winter Olympics and Paralympic Games, which are to be held from February 9-25 and from March 9-18, respectively.
President Donald Trump told reporters Saturday at Camp David that he's open to talking with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Trump added: "If something can happen and something can come out of those talks, that would be a great thing for all of humanity".
South and North Korea may discuss ways to improve ties but only after they first settle the issue of the North's participation in the PyeongChang Winter Olympics, presidential office Cheong Wa Dae said Friday.
North and South Korea are holding their first official talks on Tuesday following the reopening of a phone line between the two countries this week. "North Korea goes through phases of apparent dialogue and provocation, but either way, North Korea is continuing its nuclear and missile development".