US President Donald Trump has no real ability to move forward on his agenda which is to resolve the Korean conflict and to get the American forces out of the Korean peninsula, a former American Senate foreign policy analyst says.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says dialogue is the "only possible way" to achieve peace on the Korean Peninsula and that Russia will work to promote the negotiation process to resolve the crisis in the region.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says Moscow will “exhaust every effort” to resolve the simmering tensions in the Korean Peninsula peacefully, stressing that the Kremlin abhors the very idea of a possible nuclear war between Russia’s neighbor North Korea and the US.
The US Congress and the Deep State are attempting to scuttle President Donald Trump’s efforts to establish peace on the Korean peninsula, says Dennis Etler, an American political analyst who has a decades-long interest in international affairs.
Chinese authorities have again warned against moves that could escalate the crisis on the Korean Peninsula, saying parties to the conflict should avoid actions that add to the already simmering tensions in the region.
Russia has criticized the United States for conducting joint military drills with its regional allies, Japan and South Korea, over the Korean Peninsula in a declared aim of preparing to counter any potential threat posed by North Korea’s ballistic missiles.
President Hassan Rouhani said Iran is against US interference in the world as well as exerting pressure on countries, saying world problems cannot be solved through war or intensifying differences and tension.