U.S. President Donald Trump revealed that Trump administration will soon put the additional sanctions on the North Korea. However, Trump refused to explain it in brief during the meeting of the United Nations General Assembly.
In response to a question from a reporter during a meeting with Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani, he said, “We will put more sanctions on North Korea.” In order to discuss the strategy over the nuclear and missile tests.
Trump said that U.S.-South Korea trade deal which was signed in 2011 will be discussed, he revealed that he will renegotiate on it as well as on North Korea threat.
He said, “We’re making a lot of progress in a lot of different ways.” He added, “Stay tuned, stay tuned.”
In a briefing for reporters, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said, “We have some indications that there are beginning to appear evidence of fuel shortages.”
“And look, we knew that these sanctions were going to take some time to be felt because we knew the North Koreans, based on information that the Chinese had shared with us and others had shared with us, had basically stockpiled a lot of inventory early in the year when they saw the new administration coming in, in anticipation of things perhaps changing. So I think what we’re seeing is a combined effect of these inventories are now being exhausted, and the supply coming in has been reduced,” Tillerson said.
In his speech, President Trump said, “The United States has great strength and patience, but if it is forced to defend itself or its allies, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea.”
On Tuesday, Trump warned North Korea in his speech at the United Nations said that if it forced to defence, U.S. will destroy North Korea.
“Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime,” he said regarding Kim.