Pyongyang condemns the decision on Jerusalem to Trump the “gâteux”

News 9 December, 2017
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    Saturday, December 9, 2017 05:28

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    SEOUL | North Korea has criticised Saturday the us president, Donald Trump for his decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, calling it again “gâteux”, according to the agency KCNA.

    In the past few months, Mr. Trump and the north Korean leader Kim Jong-un have exchanged personal insults and threats of war against the backdrop of intense tension about the programs of ballistics and nuclear north korea.

    “Given that the gâteux mentally disturbed openly called on the united nations to total destruction of a sovereign State, this action is not so surprising,” said a spokesman for the ministry of foreign Affairs quoted by the news agency, the state KCNA.

    “But this initiative clearly shows the world who is the destroyer of peace and security, the outcast and the rogue in the international community,” added the spokesman, using qualifiers generally targeting North Korea.

    North Korea condemned strongly” the decision by the united states on Jerusalem, continues to KCNA. Pyongyang expresses its “strong support (its) solidarity with the peoples of palestine and the arab in their struggle for their legitimate rights”.

    “The United States will be held accountable for all the consequences of this dangerous act, and diabolical,” adds the agency.

    The statement Wednesday from Mr. Trump on the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel by the United States and the transfer in this city, the american embassy has aroused the wrath of the muslim world as well as criticism and concern in the world.

    In September, after a sixth north Korean nuclear test, Mr. Trump had described to the tribune of the UN, the north Korean leader, “man-rocket” and threatened his country’s “total destruction”. Kim Jong-un was then treated Mr. Trump “gâteux” and “mentally disturbed”.