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China wary of U.S. talk about `all options' for North Korea

20 March 2017, 01:58 | Taylor George

The test of a new high-thrust rocket engine was hailed as a "great leap forward" by North Korea, state media reported Sunday.

The president made the remark on board Air Force One as he prepared to return to Washington from a weekend at his Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago.

"Today, President Donald J Trump held meetings regarding North Korea and China", the White House said in a brief readout of his meetings of the day.

Trump, while talking to reporters commented on Jong that he was "acting very, very badly".

Sunday's test was a "precisely-timed spectacular", said Peter Hayes, director of the US-based Nautilus Institute, "the kind we've come to expect from Kim Jong Un". "It appears that North Korea has worked out much of its development of the first-stage rocket booster".

As Pyongyang announced that the test could pave a way to a rejuvenated rocket industry, Seoul said that the event showed a "meaningful" progress in the North's increasing military acts.

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Asked about the possibility of using military force against the North, he said: 'All of the options are on the table'. The US alleges that these tests have been carried out in violation of the UN Security Council resolution.

Fears Kim Jong-un is ready to launch a nuclear weapon are increasing as statements from the country have become more direct and aggressive following an announcement on Friday by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson the period of diplomatic patience with the dictatorship is officially over.

The back-and-forth between North Korea and the U.S.is nothing new.

The United Nations forbids North Korea from conducting long-range missile tests, but allows its satellite program for peaceful use. That would put parts of the United States in range.

Retired Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling, a CNN analyst, said the improvements of the rockets could help North Korea develop intercontinental ballistic missiles. He also said the threat posed by the regime was increasing.

The US alleges that these tests have been carried out in violation of the UN Security Council resolution. North Korean officials said they will launch more Earth observation satellites and are building a space program that would include a moon launch in the next 10 years. Russian Federation also opposes the system, for the same reasons.



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