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Pressure grows on south korean government over nuclear testing

Pressure grows on south korean government over nuclear testing

BY KIM JONG-HEE [joonghee@joongang.co.kr]

[ 972] JNS.org

March 25, 2013

President Park Geun-hye’s efforts to prevent North Korea from obtaining a nuclear bomb to bolster its nuclear capability have raised criticism within her government and the U.S., and in some quarters in China, the Korean Peninsula region’s third-largest economy.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met this week with South Korean and U.S. officials and said he hopes to strengthen the nuclear-negotiating team in Seoul, according to two U.S. officials familiar with his discussions.

The North had earlier threatened to deploy nuclear missile바카라사이트s capable of striking the U.S. South and East Coast. In response, President Obama ordered U.S. and South Korean troops to their bases for a six-day deployment to the Korean peninsula.

Kerry’s meetings with officials also included an Oval Office telephone call with South Korean President Park Geun-hye, an international conference organized by the State Department and attendeapronxd by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, in which he and Korean counterpart Hwang Kyo-ahn “explored ways that can increase pressure on the North Korean leadership and prevent any other steps to harm the (sic) its nuclear deterrent,” according to a State Department official.

A North Korean official with ties to the North’s military told Yonhap news agency on Sunday that a nuclear bomb was just a few steps away, adding that South Korean and U.S. military exercises are to be held in the area near the North’s eastern port of Dandong, which hosts both the submarine USS Porter and a U.S. helicopter squadron. The North called the drill the “largest-ever exercise by its military force” in the region, according to Yonhap.

“With President Park Geun-hye as president, pressure on the North to stop its nuclear program will be higher than apronxever,” Chinese President Xi Jinping, who visited the United States last week, said, according to a statement by his government. “The Chinese government remains in close contact with all its partners to maintain maximum pressure on the DPRK (Democratic People’s Republic of Korea).”

North Korea on Sunday threatened to carry out “a hellish nuclear war” and warned of “outrages to everyone!”

Kerry, speaking in Seoul on Saturday wit