Vladimir Putin: The idea of imposing sanctions on North Korea is useless – In connection with the North Korean action that tested the hydrogen intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on September 3, 2017.
Some state representatives responded to this, and will give sanctions to North Korea.
Vladimir Putin: The idea of imposing sanctions on North Korea is useless
US ambassador for UN, Nikki Haley, said that the United States will propose a new UN sanctions resolution for North Korea.
Japanese lawmaker and German Chancellor Angela Merkel demanded the United Nations sanction the North Korea.
At a BRICS summit that took place in China, Putin condemned North Korea’s actions as provocative action, also warned North Korea not to continue its military histeria, as this could cause a world catastrophe.
After North Korea was seen transferring an intercontinental ballistic missile toward the North Korea west coast, the putin gave a cold response to sanctions put forward by some countries, “the action of Sanction for North Korea is useless and ineffective, it will only aggravate the situation and cause human suffering on a grand scale “.
On Thuesday, September 5, 2017, South Korea held a shooting practice around the sea of Japan.
This exercise is aimed at preventing North Korea, the deployment of troops involving a 2,550 ton Gangwon submarine, a 1,000 ton patrol boat and a 400 ton bullet vessel.
Captain Choi Young-Chan, Commander of the 13th Maritime Battle Group – a fleet of shooting exercises in the Sea of Japan said, “If the enemy is going to launch provocations either on water or under water, we will respond with deadly attacks.”
Prior to this military exercise, South Korea had previously held discussions with the United States about the possibility of US deploying naval fleets and bomber aircraft in the Korean Peninsula region.
Separately Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak made the statement that the possible sanctions resulting from North Korea’s conduct of a hydrogen bomb test would not affect Russia, as Russia only supplies petroleum products there on a very small scale