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US maintains military/diplomatic pressure on North and South Korea deploying assets in and around the peninsula

North Korea’s economy is in such dire straits that the reclusive nation can’t afford to go back on a promise to Donald Trump to wind down its nuclear program, South Korean President Moon Jae-in said in an interview with Le Figaro.

The U.S. wants to keep sanctions against North Korea in place until Kim completely unwinds his nuclear program, while Russia and China have argued against this hardline approach. South Korea has said it would consider easing its own sanctions on its neighbor to forge collaboration on railways and roads, while pledging not to undermine global attempts to punish the north’s weapons development.

Read More: http://time.com/5424359/north-korea-economy-moon-jae-in/

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