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World John Bolton says North Korea will 'never' give up nuclear weapons voluntarily

18:00  30 september  2019
18:00  30 september  2019 Source:   nbcnews.com

Former Trump adviser Bolton sounds alarm on North Korea

  Former Trump adviser Bolton sounds alarm on North Korea Former Trump adviser Bolton sounds alarm on North Korea"Time works against those who oppose nuclear proliferation and a relaxed attitude to time is a benefit to the likes of North Korea and Iran," Bolton said in a speech at the The Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington.

North Korea was never threatening to initiate a nuclear war against the United States. It still isn’t. All that North Korea was saying was: If you start Trump even brought hawk John Bolton , who has long publicly favored a regime-change operation against North Korea , into his administration to show that

North Korea ’s latest diatribe against the United States — and specifically a “repugnant” national security adviser, John Bolton — spotlights a core Prominent on his list is North Korea itself, which he has written “ will never give up nuclear weapons voluntarily ,” calling past U.S. diplomatic forays

WASHINGTON — In his first public remarks since a contentious departure from the White House, former national security adviser John Bolton spoke out against President Donald Trump’s diplomatic gambit with North Korea.

a man that is standing in the dark: Then-national security advisor John Bolton speaks to Fox News outside the White House on May 1, 2019.© Brendan Smialowski Then-national security advisor John Bolton speaks to Fox News outside the White House on May 1, 2019.

Bolton, who began his speech by noting his new freedom to speak in “unvarnished terms,” said North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has no intention of giving up his nuclear weapons — which Trump has insisted he will as part of their one-on-one negotiations. Bolton also argued that “at some point military force has to be an option.”

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White House national security adviser John Bolton offered up new details on Sunday about the path toward the nuclear disarmament of North Korea and addressed a recent Washington Post report suggesting that the country plans to deceive the United Will Kim Jong Un ever give up his nukes?

Without such a guarantee, the North will never surrender its nuclear arsenal. Earlier this month, the national security adviser, John Bolton , said that North Korea has imposed a moratorium on missile tests and nuclear tests. It has dismantled entrances to a nuclear test site (at Punggye-ri) and a

“Under current circumstances he will never give up the nuclear weapons voluntarily,” he said during an appearance at a forum on U.S.-Korea policy at the Washington-based think tank Center for Strategic International Studies.

Asked later if “bromance” diplomacy is the best approach, he smiled and said “no comment.”

Bolton had broader criticism of the president’s approach to national security challenges facing the world, such as North Korea and Iran, without ever mentioning Trump by name.

“It’s a time for more U.S. involvement and leadership,” he said. “More, and not less.”

He said the administration’s slower approach to finding resolutions on Iran or North Korea only gives those regimes time to advance their capabilities.

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National security adviser John Bolton says that the U.S. is not yet certain whether North Korea will actually give up its weapons of mass destruction. He brought up Libya's decision to surrender its nuclear program, a process that was monitored by U.S. and allied officials. "I think we're looking at

Bolton said that while the civil war in Syria does involve American national security interests, action at this stage The Democratic People Republic of Korea (DPRK) will never give up nuclear weapons voluntarily . If often promises to do so, as it did in the Clinton administration's 1994 Agreed Framework.

On North Korea he said that dismissing recent missile tests as insignificant, as Trump has, sends the message to other countries that it’s permissible to violate sanctions.

“When you ask for consistent behavior from others, you have to demonstrate it yourselves,” Bolton said. “And when you fail to do that, we open ourselves and our policy up to failure.”

He also criticized the idea of cutting a smaller deal that lifts some sanctions in exchange for Pyongyang shutting down part of its nuclear program, saying such a deal would only benefit the Kim regime.

“Yet there’s a world out there that’s ready to fall sucker to that kind of argument,” he said.

Bolton made no comments about Trump’s conversations with Ukraine that have spurred impeachment proceedings in the House and was not asked by the event’s moderator.

N. Korea threatens to resume nuke, long-range missile tests .
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea threatened again Thursday to resume nuclear and long-range missile tests, accusing the U.S. of having instigated some members of the U.N. Security Council to condemn its recent weapons tests. The warning by Pyongyang's Foreign Ministry followed the weekend breakdown of North Korea-U.S. nuclear negotiations in Sweden, the first such talks between the countries in more than seven months. The warning by Pyongyang's Foreign Ministry followed the weekend breakdown of North Korea-U.S. nuclear negotiations in Sweden, the first such talks between the countries in more than seven months. North Korea said the talks collapsed because the U.S.

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