The head of NATO warned the world against the war with North Korea. This was reported by DW.
"The military conflict with the DPRK will have devastating consequences," said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, speaking at the headquarters of the organization in Brussels.
Stoltenberg added that the United States has the right to defend itself and defend its allies, but "no one in the world wants to solve the issue of DPRK by military means." He advocated the search for a diplomatic solution.
We recall, on September 3, Pyongyang announced the successful testing of the hydrogen bomb. The order to conduct the test was given by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. The DPRK asserts that the test of the hydrogen warhead did not lead to a leakage of radiation or other negative effects on the environment.
The international community condemned the actions of North Korea. In particular, US President Donald Trump said that, in addition to strengthening sanctions against the DPRK, Washington is considering the possibility of ending trade relations with any country that cooperates with North Korea.