North Korea should learn from fall of Saddam Hussein, Putin says

North Korea should learn from fall of Saddam Hussein, Putin says”

"I firmly expressed the position of Russian Federation to President Moon Jae-in", Putin said.

This would be the first phone call between the two leaders after North Korea carried out another nuclear test a few days ago and has threatened to equip its ballistic missile with nuclear weapons.

Without directly naming the United States, he said that putting pressure on North Korea would be pointless, saying that North Korea would "eat grass but will not stop this program unless it feels safe".

While tougher sanctions have been imposed, North Korea's nuclear and missile programs appear to have continued unaffected, culminating in the nuclear test on September 3.

"We can not resolve this situation without diplomatic tools, without talks".

North Korea on Wednesday insisted that it will maintain its nuclear program even if additional sanctions from the global community are imposed on the regime, media reports said.

Putin said Russian Federation exported a negligible amount of oil to North Korea - about 40,000 tonnes a year, according to Yoon.

Putin said Tuesday that Moscow could force the United States to remove an additional 155 personnel from facilities across the country, CNN reported.

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has given a very upfront response on whether the world will go to war with North Korea.

Trump is "not my bride", Putin said (via the AP) "and I'm not his groom".

He took the time to share his hopes that Russian Federation and the United States will find compromises and resolve bilateral and global problems, just as Trump has said.

The reclusive regime on Sunday claimed to have detonated a new hydrogen bomb, confirming suspicions about the communist state's sixth-ever nuclear test.

South Korea depends on America's nuclear protection to deter a North Korean attack.

Members of the Japanese parliament and Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel have also demanded tougher United Nations sanctions on North Korea.

"There's no other path apart from a peaceful one".

North Korea tested two ICBMs in July that could fly about 10,000 km, putting many parts of the US mainland within range and prompting a new round of tough worldwide sanctions.

"We will not be putting up with what's happening in North Korea".

"Do you think some sanctions will make North Korea change its plans to create weapons of mass destruction?"

Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, on Monday called on the Security Council to impose the strongest possible sanctions on Pyongyang.

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