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01 October 2017, 12:41 | Kara Nash
Image Russia says it is attempting to find a political solution to the North Korea crisis
They said they planned to hold talks with a representative of North Korea's foreign ministry later today.
Cited by RIA, Mikhail Ulyanov, the head of the non-proliferation and arms controls department at Russia's foreign ministry, also said the USA approach to North Korea was a dead end and the tool of sanctions against the North had nearly been exhausted.
Choe herself served as an aide and interpreter at the six-party talks on North Korean denuclearization, which involved Pyongyang, Seoul, Washington, Beijing, Tokyo and Moscow, before that diplomatic endeavor ended in 2008 when North Korea walked out.
Russian Federation might be trying to get involved in back-channel diplomacy between Pyongyang and Washington, the sources said.
General Lori Robinson, the head of the US Northern Command and the North American Aerospace Defense Command (or NORAD), said today that this fact was something she is "aware of".
President Donald Trump's rhetoric towards North Korea could lead to "devastating consequences, not only for North Korea, but for the whole of human civilization", according to a top Russian senator, Newsweek reports.
"There needs to be a mediator between both sides in order to prevent conflict".
Burmistrov is also Russia's deputy chief nuclear negotiator.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has already promised Australia would stand with the USA in the event of a North Korean attack.
Kim responded that Trump was "mentally deranged" and a "dotard" who would "pay dearly" for his threats.
Most recently, the UNSC unanimously adopted a fresh sanctions resolution against the North earlier this month to condemn its latest nuclear test, which was staged September 3. The Philippines and Taiwan cut off trade with the North.
Australia must develop greater missile defences to ward off a strike from North Korea, a former high-ranking Pentagon official said.
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