North Korea: We destroy the enemies that are preventing peaceful living

Trevor Jackson
October 17, 2017

They also banned the sale of oil and refined petroleum products to North Korea, in a largely symbolic move aimed at encouraging countries that have more significant levels of trade with North Korea to follow suit.

"Australia is showing unsafe moves of zealously joining the frenzied political and military provocations of the United States", said the North Korean spokesperson.

Just recently, #North Korea warned the Australian Minister, Julie Bishop, for Foreign Affairs not to join the #United States Government in its political and military provocations against Kim Jong-un's regime [VIDEO], ABC News reported.

According to Sky News, #Boris Johnson the Foreign Secretary said in a statement: " North Korea continues to pose a threat which is unacceptable to the global community, which is why the United Kingdom, working closely with the European Union, has secured a set of stringent new sanctions.

The EU said the new steps were taken in view of the "persistent threat to worldwide peace and stability" posed by Kim Jong-Un's regime. She called the North's behavior illegal, provocative and threatening [VIDEO].

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Earlier that month, Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull said the nation would "come to the aid" of the U.S. under the provisions of the ANZUS treaty if there was a military confrontation with North Korea. "They mean the complicated 70-year history of relations with the US", Matvienko said.

In addition to successfully testing a hydrogen bomb, Kim made headlines in July for overseeing the launches of North Korea's first two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM).

In August around 25 Australian defence personnel took part in the Ulchi-Freedom Guardian exercise, a large-scale simulated military operation staged regularly by US and South Korean military forces.

In response to North Korea's direct threat against Sydney, Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Julie Bishop stated that her country will continue to support the US and South Korea.

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