The U.S. permanent representative to the UN, Nikki Haley declared that the USA intend to achieve from Moscow and Beijing to take more active steps against North Korea. She told in an interview to CNN.
Haley said that talks with the North Korean representative at the UN, but instead plans to encourage China and Russia to put pressure on North Korea and forced it to abandon its course for the creation of Intercontinental ballistic missiles and increase nuclear capacity. According to her, in the United States expect that Russia and China should show their attitude to the nuclear issue of North Korea.
“I say that we are very serious about North Korea, and we are moving from words to deeds. Now we need to other countries, especially China and Russia, stepped forward and said that they are as concerned about North Korea and the United States. I say that we encourage their actions, and want to see whether they consider North Korea a threat or not,” she said.
Haley also announced that the US no longer intend to return to the six-party talks on settlement of the DPRK nuclear issue, which, in addition to Pyongyang, Washington and Moscow, was attended by South Korea, Japan and China. “We’ve already been there and did it,” she said.
This position was voiced by Haley after the Secretary of state Rex Tillerson came back from his first trip to Asia, during which he criticized U.S. policy against the DPRK, says CNN.
“Diplomatic and other efforts of the last 20 years aimed to force North Korea into nuclear disarmament, had failed. So we have 20 years of a failed approach,” Tillerson said during a press conference with foreign Minister Fumio Kishida in Tokyo.
In an interview with CNN Hayley also said that trump had never pointed out how it should build its position in relation to Russia, and that he was good known that she was critically disposed towards Moscow.
During his first public speech to the U. N. Haley denounced the worsening situation in the Donbas and the Crimea marked as “another part of Ukraine, suffering from the aggressive actions of Russia”.
The day before, on March 16, the U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations in an interview with NBC News said the lack of trust in Russia after reports about the involvement of Russian citizens, including two employees of the FSB, to hacking accounts Yahoo.