North Korea has issued several threats towards the United States, and our country is pretty fed up with it. The North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un, has made it very clear that he considers the United States the enemy, and that he will have no moral problems blowing us off the map.
President Trump replied to those threats with a mildly more diplomatic version of the slang “bring it on”. The ongoing escalation between the United States and North Korea has caused nations around the world to start taking sides and battening down the hatches, should North Korea attempt to launch World War III.
The giant question mark hanging over the United States depends in big part on China. While there’s no question as to how we would handle aggressive actions from North Korea, the question remained about how China would receive and react to something like that, considering the fact that we do owe China a little money, which can strain any relationship.
China has finally responded to the violent threats leveled by their neighbor, and they’ve decided they want to hit North Korea where it hurts.
China’s Commerce Ministry issued a ban effective from Tuesday on several imports from North Korea, including coal, iron ore, lead concentrates and ore, lead and seafood, a move that is in line with U.N. sanctions announced this month.
U.N. sanctions must be implemented 30 days after the resolution was approved in a vote on Aug. 6, reports Yes I’m Right.
This will (hopefully) be a huge blow to North Korea and will help them realize that if they decide to take on the United States, they’ll be taking on everyone who values their relationship with the United States. Besides China, it’s not unexpected that other nations would be interested in preventing the start of World War III as well.
Despite all the criticism towards the President, this is proof that his firm stance and unyielding dedication to keeping Americans safe is being respected by world leaders.
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