President of the United States Donald Trump said that the North Korean nuclear program is "hostile and dangerous for the United States," noting the impossibility of settling the situation on the Korean Peninsula using talks. He wrote about this on his Twitter page.
According to Trump, North Korea is an "outcast country" and threatens not only the United States but also China, but Beijing does not want to make efforts to resolve the situation.
He argues that diplomatic methods of pressure on the DPRK do not work and talks with Pyongyang "will not work."
"South Korea is finding, as I have told them, that their talk of appeasement with North Korea will not work, they understand only one thing!" Trump wrote.
As previously reported, the state television of North Korea on Sunday, September 3, announced a successful test of a hydrogen warhead for an intercontinental ballistic missile.
Earlier, South Korea suspected the DPRK of carrying out a nuclear test after a massive earthquake registered in North Korea on September 3. Chinese seismologists also reported a strong earthquake, which was called a "probable explosion".
The Japanese authorities, who also announced the alleged nuclear test of Pyongyang, insisted that an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council should be convened.