Tillerson notes that Russia allows laborers from the DPRK in its country and that China continues to supply North Korea with crude oil.
Tillerson: North Korea must stop 'threatening behavior' before talks can begin
Secretary of State Tillerson criticizes China for supplying oil to North Korea, and Russia for using North Korean laborers
Tillerson says US will keep comms channels open with North Korea
Trump querría tener la ayuda de Rusia para afrontar la crisis en la península coreana
Japan freezes assets of 19 companies to step up pressure on DPRK to return Japanese citizens it abducted and to halt nuclear weapons and missile development.
South Korean president arrives in Chongqing as part of China trip
KCNA: "The DPRK, as a responsible nuclear power and a peace-loving state, will sincerely fulfill its non-proliferation obligation assumed before the international society and put in every effort to achieve the noble cause of safeguarding world peace and stability."
KCNA: "It is also disturbing to see the UN acting like a puppet of the U.S. and dancing to its tunes instead of keeping impartiality as the lifeline in its activities."
KCNA: "Our possession of nuclear weapons was an inevitable self-defensive measure to defend our sovereignty and rights to existence and development from the U.S. nuclear threat and blackmail and if anyone is to blame for it, the U.S. is the very one who must be held accountable."
KCNA: "If 'non-proliferation' issue is to be discussed, the first countries to be brought before the court of justice are the U.S. who is the kingpin of vertical and horizontal proliferation, pouring astronomical amount of funds into the modernization of nuclear weapons."
The chief U.S. negotiator for North Korea says direct diplomacy needed on DPRK
Moon says South Korea, China at starting line, must move forward
Russia says Iran nuclear deal breakdown would hurt effort to manage North Korea
China's Li says improvement in South Korea-China ties will benefit South Korean firms
Chinese premier says Moon's trip may lead to resumption of economic, trade dialogue
Japan expands unilateral sanctions against North Korea
KCNA: "If [pro-American allies] poke their nose in the DPRK-U.S. confrontation while touting 'obligation as allies'…, they can never evade the same fate as that was met by Mussolini and Tojo who pursued fascist dictatorial lunatic Hitler in the past century."
KCNA: "Any literate man is quite well aware that the U.S. hostile policy and nuclear threat and blackmail forced the DPRK to the access to nuclear weapons and completion of a nuclear force."
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A question from AP about whether Russia supports tougher sanctions on North Korea.
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