Andrey Dmitriev: In response to the impudence of the US, Russia should withdraw from sanctions against the DPRK

The likelihood of the US joining the direct military conflict with the DPRK is still not too great. This is not war-ridden Syria, which in recent years has turned into a real walkway, where different countries assert themselves, bombing their opponents. North Korea is in the top five countries in the world in terms of the number of armed forces, has nuclear weapons, Koreans are very disciplined and united around their leader, so that any aggression will be immediately answered. For all his extravagance, Donald Trump must understand this.

Nevertheless, it is clear that the Washington Obkom has become completely insolent. The threats of Kim Jong-no’s assassination, the dispatch of a shock naval group to the region with hints of “striking Pyongyang”, plans to return nuclear weapons to South Korea are also not jokes.

Russia could take the following steps in response to the actions of the Americans … First, to withdraw from the sanctions regime against North Korea. It’s rather strange to punish Kim Jong-un and his people for developing nuclear weapons when they saw, as in the case of Slobodan Milosevic, Saddam Hussein and Muammar Gaddafi, how the West deals with the disagreeable regimes that did not have them. This lesson was learned in Pyongyang perfectly.

And secondly, the US should be made to understand (preferably, having coordinated this position with China) that an attack on the DPRK will lead to the repetition of the Korean War of 1950-1953. That is, Moscow and Beijing will intervene in the situation. North Korea is our neighbor, we do not need a meat grinder on the Far Eastern borders and Yankee military bases in a hundred kilometers from Vladivostok. It would be good to convey this idea to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson during his forthcoming visit to Russia.

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