RED ALERT: Russia Just Made URGENT Nuclear Announcement- This Is NOT Good

Dean James AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

A top Russian official said Sunday that North Korea’s nuclear ambitions are a “direct threat to Russia.”

Russian Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin spoke to defense ministers and experts from 39 countries, including Defense Secretary James Mattis at the Shangri-La Dialogue, an international security conference in Singapore.

Fomin said, “It is not only a ballistic missile defense system it has real function. That is why it is alarming. And it is direct threat to Russia. We are convinced that it will increase the tensions of the region. That is our principle position.”

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Russia was once a strong ally of North Korea but the relationship is strained due in part to Russia backing new sanctions against Pyongyang.

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Russia’s deputy UN Ambassador Vladimir Safronkov said back in June that “the choice here has to be made in favor of using diplomatic tools to the maximum extent possible.”

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Fomin had similar thoughts. “Economical restrictions should be a kind of tool to invoke North Korea to a peaceful process of resolving the dispute and conflict, and not to once again deteriorate the economic solution in North Korea,” he said.

Mad Dog Mattis said that North Korea presented a “clear and present danger.”

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“If this goes to a military solution, it’s going to be tragic on an unbelievable scale. So our effort is to work with the U.N., work with China, work with Japan, work with South Korea to try to find a way out of this situation,” he said.

The remarks were one of the clearest indicators yet that President Donald Trump’s administration will seek to exhaust alternatives before turning to military action to force Pyongyang’s hand.

The United States pushed tough new sanctions against Pyongyang Friday at the U.N. Security Council but they were ultimately blocked by China, Fox News reports.

The Security Council voted unanimously to add 15 individuals and four entities linked to North Korea’s nuclear missile programs to a U.N. sanctions blacklist.

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