Trump: North Korea will have no economic prospects if it has nuclear weapons

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 Trump: North Korea will have no economic prospects if it has nuclear weapons


According to Reuters on March 2, Trump said at a conservative political action meeting: If the United States and North Korea reach an agreement, North Korea will have an incredible and bright economic future, but if they have nuclear weapons, they will not have any economic prospects.

Reported that last week in Vietnam, Trump and North Koreas top leader Kim Jong-uns second meeting ended without an agreement.

Both the United States and North Korea indicated their intention to continue the talks, but did not specify a specific time.

In addition, the Pentagon confirmed on March 2 that the United States and South Korea have agreed to end large-scale spring joint military exercises and will adjust training plans.

According to a statement, Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan spoke with South Korean Defense Minister Zheng Jingdou on March 2. The Pentagon said the two men made it clear that the United States and South Korea decided to adjust their training plans, reflecting our desire to ease tensions and support our final and fully proven diplomatic efforts to achieve denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.

The statement also said that the two men agreed to continue to make military preparations through newly designed command post exercises and revised field training projects.

American officials have long said that spring military exercises codenamed vultures and critical decisions will be scaled down.

Vulture military exercises usually involve officers, soldiers and special combat forces of the navy, army and air forces, which are held every spring. Key Decision Korea-US joint military exercise is a computer simulation exercise.

To encourage talks, the United States and South Korea have suspended a series of military exercises since last years first meeting between Kim Jong-un and Trump.

According to Reuters on March 3, South Koreas Joint Staff Headquarters and South Korea-US Joint Command said on March 3 that the two countries will hold military exercises from March 4 to 12. The exercise, codenamed Alliance, evolved from the previous spring Key Decisions and Vultures exercises, will focus on the strategic, operational and tactical aspects of general military operations on the Korean Peninsula. In a statement, Admiral Park Hanki, Speaker of the Joint Staff Headquarters of South Korea, and General Robert Abrams, Commander of the Joint Command of South Korea and the United States, said: TheAllianceexercise gives partners of South Korea, the United States and the United Nations sending countries the opportunity to train and exercise together. The statement also said: It is important for the professional army to train and maintain a certain level of combat readiness. These exercises are essential for maintaining and strengthening alliances. Source: Responsible Editor of Reference Message Network: Ji Guojie_NBJ11143

According to Reuters on March 3, South Koreas Joint Staff Headquarters and South Korea-US Joint Command said on March 3 that the two countries will hold military exercises from March 4 to 12. The exercise, codenamed Alliance, evolved from the previous spring Key Decisions and Vultures exercises, will focus on the strategic, operational and tactical aspects of general military operations on the Korean Peninsula.

In a statement, Admiral Park Hanki, Speaker of the Joint Staff Headquarters of South Korea, and General Robert Abrams, Commander of the Joint Command of South Korea and the United States, said: TheAllianceexercise gives partners of South Korea, the United States and the United Nations sending countries the opportunity to train and exercise together.

The statement also said: It is important for the professional army to train and maintain a certain level of combat readiness. These exercises are essential for maintaining and strengthening alliances.