North Korea nuclear weapons in ‘FINAL stage’ as Kim Jong-un rules out talks with US – HOT NEWS



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North Korea nuclear weapons in ‘FINAL stage’ as Kim Jong-un rules out talks with US

Top nuclear envoys of South Korea and China to sit down for talks on Pyongyang’s nuclear …



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The top nuclear envoys of South Korea and China are set to meet on Tuesday in Beijing,… to talk about North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs.
Seoul’s foreign ministry says that its special representative for Korean Peninsula peace and security affairs will sit-down with his Chinese counterpart,… in the first meeting of its kind since the two representatives took their posts.
The meeting comes during a thaw in relations between Seoul and Beijing… which had been dented for months over South Korea’s THAAD deployment.
The two envoys are set to share their evaluation of the current situation on the Korean Peninsula and look for ways to peacefully and diplomatically resolve Pyongyang’s nuclear stalemate.

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Iran no show at nuclear talks



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Iran has decided not to attend a United Nations conference on nuclear energy being held in the United Arab Emirates.
Seats for an Iranian delegation sat empty on Monday at the conference in Abu Dhabi.
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Empty chairs at empty tables.
Iran’s nuclear deal with world powers may hang in the balance, but you wouldn’t know it at the United Nations conference on atomic energy in the United Arab Emirates.
Iran decided to skip the Abu Dhabi conference on Monday, leaving its seats empty as Yukiya Amano, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, avoided speaking about the nuclear deal at all in his address.
Iranian officials did not respond to a request for comment to discuss their decision to avoid the conference. At a later news conference, Amano himself declines to discuss it.
“This conference is open to all the countries and we welcome the participation of all the countries,” Amano says.
“But of course it depends on each country whether to attend or not. I do not comment on Iran’s participation. It is (up to) Iran to decide.”
Amano’s decision to avoid mentioning Iran earlier may have been tactical. He visited Tehran just the day before and told journalists that Iran still honoured the 2015 accord.
Both the UAE and neighbouring Saudi Arabia remain highly suspicious of the nuclear deal, which lifted economic sanctions on Iran in exchange for it limiting its enrichment of uranium.
The two Gulf Arab countries say that new money flowing into Iran has aided its ability to back Shiite militias in Iraq and support embattled Syrian President Bashar Assad. Also sharing that suspicion is Israel, which sent a delegation to the nuclear conference.
The UAE, like many Arab countries, does not have diplomatic ties with Israel and remains opposed to its occupation of lands Palestinians want for a future state.
Conference organisers asked journalists not to film the Israeli delegation.
Israeli officials did not immediately return a request for comment. Their presence also nearly created a unique diplomatic conundrum, as conference organisers had seated them next to Iran.
The Iran nuclear deal, struck in 2015, now faces one of its biggest threats. President Donald Trump has declined to re-certify the deal, sending it to Congress to address.
Trump’s actions have sparked a new war of words between Iran and the United States, fuelling growing mistrust and a sense of nationalism among Iranians.
The European Union, Britain and other parties in the deal have all encouraged Trump to keep the accord in place.
Amano reiterates that Iran remains in compliance with the deal again when pressed by reporters in Abu Dhabi on Monday.
However, he demurred when asked to discuss what actions Trump could take in the future.
“We do not speculate,” Amano says. “So I do not have any comments on the future action of the president of the United States.”
The UAE Ministry of Energy took the opportunity to show delegates a nuclear power demo on VR headsets.
What the actual reality will be is not so immediately visible.

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South Korean and Japanese nuclear envoys engage in further talks over North Korea



한일 6자수석 회동…”北도발 지속억제•상황안정관리 협의”

South Korea’s representative for the Six Party denuclearization talks met with his Japanese counterpart for deeper discussions on Pyongyang’s nuclear issue.
Kwon Jang-ho shares with us what the duo touched on during the follow-up to the trilateral high-level talks between officials from Seoul, Washington and Tokyo.
South Korea and Japan reaffirmed their cooperation and alliance in the face of North Korea’s nuclear threat with another bilateral meeting on Thursday.
Seoul’s representative for the Six Party talks, Lee Do-hoon, met with his Japanese counterpart, Kenji Kanasugi. The two officials exchanged intel on possible further ballistic missile tests and provocations by Pyongyang.
They also discussed ideas on how to solve the North Korean nuclear issue.

This was seen as an extension to Wednesday’s meetings — one a trilateral meeting with the two envoys and their U.S. counterpart, Joseph Yun… and the other a vice-foreign minister level meeting between Seoul, Washington and Tokyo.
The meetings concluded with all parties agreeing on boosting cooperation to pursue all peaceful means to denuclearize North Korea.

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“The three nations agreed that it is essential to stably manage the situation on the Korean Peninsula, while at the same time keeping pressure on the regime to resolve the nuclear issue.”

With one more meeting scheduled on Friday between the nuclear envoys from Seoul and Washington, the series of bilateral and trilateral meetings are also seen as a prelude to U.S. President Trump’s visit to the region next month, by setting the tone in terms of cooperation among the three countries and explore possible solutions before Trump begins his tour in Northeast Asia.
Kwon Jang-ho, Arirang News.

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Pentagon To Offer F-35 to India In Upcoming Tech Transfer Talks



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Accompanied by a high-level official delegation and representatives of several US defence companies, under secretary of defence for acquisition, technology and logistics Frank Kendall will arrive here next week. Topping his agenda would be the review of existing transfers and identifying new high-end technologies to strengthen New Delhi’s military capabilities. Kendall, a top Pentagon official, will reach Delhi on July 27 for the joint technology group meeting with India’s defence secretary G Mohan Kumar. He is also the US’ point person for the bilateral Defence Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI).
Highly-placed sources told FE that the heads of several defence majors including General Atomics, Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Honeywell and Raytheon are accompanying him and they will interact with the Indian defence industry captains at a breakfast meeting on July 27. In a joint statement at the end of PM Modi’s recent visit, the US welcomed India’s ratification of the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage earlier this year and the significant steps taken by Nuclear Power Corporation of India and Westinghouse towards finalising contractual negotiations by June 2017 on a deal to build six AP1000 reactors in India by 2030. The joint statement stated, “Once completed, this project will fulfill the promise of the US-India civil nuclear agreement, will create jobs in both the United States and India, and will advance our shared clean energy objectives”.
US company General Atomics, which is in talks with the Indian Navy for unmanned aerospace systems, is also a world leader in radiation monitoring systems for nuclear power plants at over 120 sites globally. General Atomics is eyeing huge opportunities in India along with Westinghouse and other nuclear reactor makers. Vivek Lall, global chief executive at General Atomics, will also be interacting with the Indian industry captains. Incidentally, American aerospace majors Lockheed Martin and Boeing have been offering shifting of whole production facilities to India for the F-16 and F-18 ‘Hornets’. “Both companies have made two rounds of presentations to the ministry of defence. Lockheed Martin has been told by the authorities that India is not keen on F-16s and Boeing, which through its tie up with Tata Aerospace, is already making components in India that are used on board its fighter jets,” said sources.
However, after getting clearances from the Obama administration on what information can be provided to India by the two aerospace companies, Lockheed Martin is expected to offer F-35 for the Indian Air Force and Boeing might offer making more parts that could be fitted on board the F-18s.

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Officer Escorting Him Crashes Trump Refuses To Let Air Force One Take Off Until He Talks To Him!!



Officer escorting him crashes Trump refuses to let Air Force One take off until he talks to him. Video of injured Officer Robert Turner speaking with President Donald J. Trump. POTUS delayed taking off from Indy until he was assured Officer Turner was OK, and he also called and spoke with the Officer. Thank You.

North Korea and USA in Talks (!) on Nuclear Weapons and Blackmail. United Nations, 3 Oct.



Fact: They “talk” to each other! The U.S. threats and nuclear blackmail against the DPRK led to the development of nuclear weapons in the DPRK, which will never be abandoned; the DPRK is a responsible nuclear state and these weapons are for self-defense only, says the DPRK. No, the DPRK is the one which uses nuclear blackmail and is a threat to peace and security, says USA. Who is right, if any? Exchanges of “right of reply” between the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK, North Korea) and United States at the United Nations First Committee, 3rd meeting – General Assembly, 72nd session, 3 Oct 2017.

White House reaffirms there will be no talks with North Korea on nuclear issue



백악관, ‘대북 대화론’ 거듭 일축 “지금은 대화할 시간 아니다”
The United States has reaffirmed there will be NO talks with North Korea on the regime’s nuclear program.
At a regular briefing on Monday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the U.S. has been clear that now is not the time for talks.
She said the only conversations to have taken place… or would take place… are on bringing back detained Americans.
This comes a couple of days after Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the U.S. was directly communicating with North Korea on its nuclear and missile programs,… but that Pyongyang had shown no interest.
A day later, President Trump tweeted that Tillerson was wasting his time trying to negotiate with North Korea.

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