President of the United States Donald Trump said that he "will not be very happy" with the nuclear tests in the DPRK and does not exclude the possibility of military intervention from the American side in response to such actions. He told about this in an interview with CBS.
According to Trump, the leader of the DPRK, Kim Jong-un, understands that the US "will not be happy" with the launches of ballistic missiles, and also expressed the belief that Chinese President Xi Jinping is exerting pressure on the North Korean leader.
"If he (Kim Jong-un) conducts nuclear tests, I will not be happy, and I can tell you that the Chinese president - a very respected person - also would not be," Trump said.
Asked whether his words imply military actions, the American president answered evasively.
"I do not know." We'll see, "concluded Trump.
Earlier US President Donald Trump also hoped for China’s key role in solving crisis situation around North Korea, as DPRK is economically dependent on this country.
"China is very much the economic lifeline to North Korea so, while nothing is easy, if they want to solve the North Korean problem, they will", he wrote in Twitter.