Trump and Kim like ‘Children of kindergarten’: Russia

The Russian Foreign Minister compared the fight between kindergarten children of US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

Trump says Kim Trump as “mental stricken” and “stupid old man” after threatening to destroy North Korea, describing Kim as a ‘crazy’ in a tweet, Trump said, “He will be put in the test as never before.”

The BBC has said, “To calm these headgears” now requires a break, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said.

Lavrov said, “Yes, it is unacceptable to see North Korea’s nuclear arsenal quietly, but it is unacceptable to start a war on the Korean Peninsula.”

He urged to take refuge in the political process, saying that the main part of the UN Security Council process can be a political process.

“China and we will endeavor for a logical approach, kindergarten children are not as emotional as children begin to fight and there is no one to stop them,” he said.

Last week, for the first time in the United Nations General Assembly, Donald Trump called North Korean leader named ‘Rocketman’. He said the US would “completely destroy” North Korea when forced.

Analysts say that the other member of this world organization standing in the United Nations, which has addressed the country’s top leader as a trump, and the threat that he has given it, is ‘unprecedented’ in the history of the seven decades of the United Nations.
In this context, North Korea’s state-wide news agency KCNA released their statement on Friday by the chairman of the ‘State Averages Commission’.

The fact that the North Korean leader, who is virtually united in contrast to the western world, is also unpredictable in making statements in English, BBC said.

Kim used some obsolete English words for trump, which the international press has started in the genre.

After North Korea, the US has been fighting for months with the launch of nuclear bomb and ballistic missile tests.

Kim concluded his statement in this way – “Of course, I must admit that this crazy old man is in the fire.”

Responding to this tragedy, China warned the two countries, the situation is now “complicated and delicate” enough.

Chinese Foreign Minister spokesman Lu Kang said, “All sides should now be restrained without provoking mutual consent.”

Russia also said to be moderate. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that Moscow is concerned about this growing momentum.